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Psychomotor Training For Children

Being a parent have always been a very concern in making sure of the future of our babies, as early as 6 months of age, children are already taught and trained to develop their skills, Psychomotor skills in particular. Wikipedia explained that psychomotor learning is demonstrated by physical skills such as movements, coordination, manipulation, dexterity, grace, strength, speed and actions which demonstrate the fine motor skills.

Nowadays parents are very much particular in choosing schools or training center for their children, where education and safety are major factors, and in order to meet these needs, I have searched for companies that manufactured products that will best suit the parents and children’s need. These products will satisfy them. Ramps, blocks tunnel-block, matts and many more are just some of the examples.

Psychomotor Play Sets For Children
Psychomotor Play Sets For Children

No more worries whenever our children are playing. They can play as much as they want without looking at them all the time. You can have these in your home or even at training schools where our future leaders attend. These safe products are kids friendly and will surely be loved by our children.

To see more of these Psychomotor tools visit:
http://www.edupod.com.sg/index.php/products/PsychomotorPlaySets

 

Improving Your Children Psychomotor Skills Through Interactive Tools

One of the most difficult and yet exciting days for us parents is to bring our child to school for the first time. To see them in their uniforms and bags is just overwhelming, despite the fact that it’s often challenging to convince them that school is actually more fun than scary. But how do we encourage these precious little ones that it’s fun and important to go to school?

You may want to try some of the things I learned (through experience) to encourage children to love school and learning. Remind them that:

  • Going to school means learning together with friends
  • Going to school will allow them to play at the playground after class
  • They will be rewarded or treated by going to school

What I believe is, the most important thing that a parent should know is that convincing their children to go to school is not a sole responsibility. When you talk, the children’s understanding on what you say may not be understood well. Remember, they don’t think the way we do. Shouting at them or even pinching them won’t really help but in fact scare them away.

I think, another effective way to help them feel good about going to school is to tour them around school before attending classes. Let them enjoy the facilities; do not let them start with books right away.

We bring our children to school and pay for their tuition to make sure that their future will be bright. If the school ambiance is not appealing and conducive for learning then we will fail no matter how much money and effort we invest.

Good books and good teachers make an important contribution to the child’s learning progress. And so does safe furniture, murals and colorful surroundings play a very important factor in inviting children to attend school. Take a look at these photos.

Psychomotor Platform
Psychomotor platform for children 6 to 18 months.
Sleepy mat for children
Sleepy mat for children 6 to 18 months
Magic Cube | Psychomotor Tool for 18 months to 3 years old
Magic Cube for 18 months to 3 years

Aren’t these appealing and inviting to the eyes of our children? Definitely they are!

If we want to help them enjoy learning, without the need to force them, let’s surround them with fun and safe learning tools like the ones above.

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To see more of these kids’s furniture, visit @ http://edupod.com.sg/index.php/products to your browser.

And don’t forget, these can be placed in our homes as well, to continue the excitement of learning!