Developmental support for kindergarten and pre-school children
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Kindergarten children &
Pre-school children

An instrument is tuned before it is played.

Your brain needs to be well connected so that you can access your full potential. Playful movement exercises from Evolutionary Pedagogy help you to do so.

What stage of development?

With Evolutionary Pedagogy, targeted developmental support can take place. Because the question of the developmental stage is the first question we ask ourselves in Evolutionary Pedagogy. Every behaviour results from a certain perception. And if we look at our human development through the lens of evolution, a lot of information becomes available. To cope with a situation without stress, we need all stages well integrated and available. But are they always available?

 

Many developmental steps take place in our children between the ages of 3 and 6. These need to be well integrated and retrievable. In everyday life, we parents often experience this exciting time as a rollercoaster of emotions. While playing happily, you suddenly find your child stubborn and no longer verbally accessible. 

 

And new challenges and experiences are constantly being added. Nannies, crèches, kindergartens and a little later pre-school and primary school are the first steps in the separation from parents. From 'I can manage on my own' to 'I'm sooo big already' to 'I want to stay with my mum', everything is included.

 

It's all a question of time – and movement

 

We live in a time with many possibilities and, with them, many comparisons. Developmental delays, bed-wetting, thumb-sucking, sudden freak-outs, lack of body coordination and the accompanying unstable balance often cause us parents concern.

 

But every child is unique and every child has its own pace and needs. And yet it is part of society, which, in order to function, has and needs certain framework conditions.

 

In order to find one's way in this polarity, these often quite difficult developmental phases can be accompanied very well with targeted, playful exercises of Evolutionary Pedagogy. Your child learns to find its way better in its environment. As parents, you gain a better understanding of your child and can react more attentively and calmly in the situation.

 

All of this prepares to successfully meet the school readiness at the end of this development cycle.

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