Activities for Children
Psychomotor development is the basis of the relationship with the environment and school learning, to acquire mathematical concepts and letters, we first need to explore and get to know the world through the body.
To play in order to grow, to understand, to relate. With some objectives, a defined framework, simple but firm rules and an adult who accompanies to encourage evolution. It is not playing for the sake of playing, it is playing to be.
Identity and the tools that will accompany us all our lives are built in childhood and playing is the most powerful way to do this.
Children under 7 years of age are particularly deficient. We aim to raise awareness of physical fitness and health from an early age.
We will always work through play, giving them the opportunity to acquire a wide range of basic motor skills.
We will work on strength, endurance, speed and flexibility exercises, both with equipment and with our own body. Multi-articular exercises involving balance, working on proprioception and the vestibular system, so important for posture and control of our body.
“Children do not play to learn, but they learn because they play”.