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Psychomotricity is defined as the psychology of movement, which shows that the body is connected to the mind and that, therefore, the actions that we perform are accompanied by a thought.
Psychomotricity should be taken into account, especially in the first six years of the child. Throughout this period, the child has a great plasticity of the brain, since that is when the neural connections form. The psychomotricity, through the movement of the body, allows to stimulate these connections, to be generated in greater quantity. That is why it is so important that children move and practice psychomotor activities, especially in the early years of life.
Psychomotricity takes into account the social, intellectual, motor and affective aspect of the child. Through the exercises of psychomotricity, such as jumping, running or playing ball, the little ones become aware of their own body, as they acquire concepts about what surrounds them: up and down, forward and backward, left and right, etc. All this provides the physical and cognitive development of children, while potentiating their stimulation.
The child who presents a poor psychomotor development may present problems in writing, reading, towards graphics, in distinction of letters, on ordering of syllables, in abstract thinking and logical, grammatical analysis, have reduced social skills, among others. It refers to social, affective and cognitive development.
I Love My Nanny Psychomotricity classes includes playfulness in fun circuits, games and expressive activities and is focused on a whole body development. The classes can be applied for children from 1 to 5 years old and last from 30 to 45 minutes according to the age band.
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