Brain Train Cleveland, a service provider for improving neurological/cognitive efficiency is now offering the cutting-edge technology by the leading method for these goals: the Interactive Metronome. One-to-one training is offered by Diane Massad, Certified IM trainer, for individuals who seek gains in neuro-timing. Diane has been delivering the IM training for 16 years. Neuro-timing defines […]

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Baby Face The lightest touch on your baby’s skin will develop their ability to sense and discriminate the parts of their face, the interaction between you and them as well as create beginning circuits between body and brain. Use soft and gentle strokes with your finger -or- a clean feather to trace the perimeter of […]

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Rock ‘n Roll for preschoolers The BASIC move! Rock ‘n Roll! Follow these simple steps to develop a great skills: the ability to move the body from the ground to your feet! With a good ‘tug’ on your legs via your arms…kids can master this simple task and build both brain and body POWER! This […]

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Balance Well

Balance Skills Balancing, whether on one leg or two, is an essential skills for everyone. With a few minutes practice, you preschool can improve their balancing abilities with this quick task. Ask them to stand, with their feet together. Place paper scrap -or- a coin/disk in front of them. Ask them to place one foot […]

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Baby Exercise – Start moving right away

Baby Exercise Brings Benefits Schedule baby exercise daily as you begin their care at home. The benefits will be: Building brain-body connections Developing a bond between you and your infant Begin simple patterning that will nurture their senses Create enjoyment of movement The basics for baby exercise include: A calm and safe place to lie […]

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Simple way to control landings

Landing while Bending those Knees Here’s another view of that ‘secure’ and ‘safe’ landing position we want our children to be able to perform. Landing with a deep bending of the knees; steadying the torso and spine with the stretch of both arms; keeping head lifted and eyes forward: all these ‘cues’ will promote your […]

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Explore during play

Explore movement during play Want your kids to explore movement during their play times? Get your children to open, safe spaces, on playgrounds and …let ’em explore! They will build patterns of movement, store great motor memories and make their brain cells grow. Play builds kids! In our current world, parenting and childhood educations shower […]

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Play Benefits

The play benefits Play benefits for your preschoolers touch on physical development, social skills acquisitions and creativity. Just a reminder that the benefits of a daily increase in activity for your preschool youngster will: Make gains in your child’s movement skills, Confidence Boost their motivations to be active Recall the terrific feeling that you have […]

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Imagery – A tool for guiding active play

Add Imagery to Active play Use Imagery – in the world of Children. As you are encouraging your youngsters to try simple tasks, climb playground equipment, enjoy swinging; -or- move by hopping of jumping: use words that put an image, with which they can identify, to pair with their movement challenge. Some examples are: 1. […]

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Daily Active Play for Preschoolers

Daily Active Play: Just a reminder that  providing a time for active play will bring these Benefits for your preschool youngster. They will: Make gains in their movement skills, Build Confidence Boost their motivations to be active now and for their lifetimes You may be the child’s parent -or- maybe your role is that of a teacher. […]

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