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Sensory-Motor Development in the Preschool Child

Active Play Session for 4 to 6 year old children with Edith Bulle

Organised by Riverside Education

Saturday, 13th April, 2.30 pm to 3.30pm

Koha appreciated. Bookings are not required.

At Riverside Oval

Edith has worked as a remedial Steiner class teacher, learning support coordinator 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 Master's in Disability and Inclusion Studies and a Master of Arts in Teaching and is trained in different methods of intervention like Educational Kinesiology, Extra Lessons, Infant Reflex Integration and others.

We are very excited to have Edith Bulle offer to run a number of sessions for children aged 4-6 (and their parents, of course).

After a successful start in February, the practical play sessions based on traditional games purposefully chosen to support and develop sensory-motor development continue throughout term 1. You do not have to have attended any previous play sessions; just come along and take advantage of this amazing opportunity.

By observing and participating, you will learn about the background of child development, infant reflexes, and their role in human lives, forming a sound foundation for learning in school for children aged 4-6. And your kids will have heaps of fun!

Games take place outside, in the Riverside Oval – so please dress accordingly. We are only playing in dry weather!

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

Active Play Sessions at Riverside


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