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Fri, 02 Feb


Riverside Centre

Child on the Move - Introductory Session

Learn about the sensory-motor development in the pre-school child

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Child on the Move - Introductory Session
Child on the Move - Introductory Session

Time & Location

02 Feb 2024, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Riverside Centre, 289 Main Road Lower Moutere, R.D.2, Upper Moutere 7175, New Zealand

About the Event

Introductory Session:

Learn the theoretical background on child development, infant reflexes and their role in human lives forming a sound foundation for learning in school for children aged 4-6. Practical play sessions based on traditional games purposefully chosen to support and develop sensory-motor development are to follow throughout term 1 (see dates below) – but you are welcome to attend this talk even if you are not planning to come along to any of the playdates. 

For guardians of pre-school children. At the Riverside Centre . $10 per person. Bookings for the Introductory Session are essential! Bookings close Wednesday, 31st January at 2pm. 

Please note that the Introductory Session at the Riverside Centre precedes the active movement and traditional play sessions that Edith will be holding throughout the term in the Riverside Café – but is also very valuable on it's own. Similarly, the practical sessions can be registered for without having attended the seminar. 

Practical Play Sessions: 

Saturdays 3.2., 17.2., 16.3., 30.3. and Friday 12.4., all 2.30 – 3.30 pm.

For guardians of pre-school children and their children. In the Riverside Cafe Garden. $15 per adult/child pair per session. Please bring cash on the day. You do NOT need to register for these. 

About Edith Bulle:

Edith has worked as a remedial Steiner class teacher, learning support co-ordinator and teacher trainer for many years, and is keen to share some of her expertise with you and have fun with your kids! She holds a Masters in Disability and Inclusion Studies and a Master of Arts in Teaching, and is trained in different methods of intervention like Educational Kinesiology, Extra Lesson, Infant Reflex Integration and others.

This workshop is proudly sponsored by the Riverside Community Trust. Please contact Tanja (at education@riverside.org.nz) for workshop questions or to ask about sponsorship options.

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