Teach SEL through Movement

Movement and Socioemotional Development:
Learn how to foster children’s intellectual and social-emotional learning through movement.


Learning is also a physical and emotional act.
Perception, movement, and learning are closely intertwined.

Through active play, young children (0-6) gain greater awareness of their own body, which instantly feeds minds, sense of space, and collaboration with peers and community.

This in-person very dynamic and interactive training session offers many practical new and simple ideas to naturally help children’s physical, social and emotional development.

Learning Objectives:

∙ Sensory-Motor Skills

You will learn experientially how to set up new sensory-motor skills related activities to implement easily and successfully.

∙ Self-regulation and Resilience

You will learn creative ways to integrate movement into teaching with a special focus on relaxation, self-regulation, and creative interaction with natural and zero-budget materials.

∙ Embodied Cognition

Several dynamic experiences involving the senses will help you understand and appreciate how your own system of perception functions and interacts with children in your everyday life.

∙ Forms of Play

You will discover how to enhance both intellectual and social-emotional learning of young children through age-appropriate “forms of play” as sensorimotor play, exploration, symbol-playing, role-playing, pretending and rules-based-play.

Learning comes from children. Adults have to make sure to be aware of every aspect of it to assist them as they deserve.

Flexible Formats:

a. 4-hour Intensive Starter Session
b. One-day Full Coverage PD Session
c. Two-day Full Immersion Training
d. Ongoing Support/Consulting Package

Nationwide Service:

I will come to your school, daycare facility, early education center, conference, park, courtyard, or rooftop terrace.

This program is for:

Daycare Center and Preschool Educators

Pre-K and Kindergarten Teachers

Early Learning Center Curriculum Teams

Museum Informal Educators

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