Here Are Some Simple Exercises For Early Childhood Development:
- Doodling – The act of creating drawings or texts randomly. While strengthening your child’s finger muscles needed for writing, doodling helps to improve his or her intelligence.
- Changing play dough – It calms their mind while helping them to explore different situations by patting and shaping.
- Eye Integration
- Ask your child to accompany / apply pulses, water, sand, etc.
Gross Motor Skills Jobs
- Walking and balancing on a line or beam
- Playing games like treasure hunting or creating a maze
- Passing the ball over the shoulders, on both sides, over the head, etc.
- Arranging the blocks on the floor
- Outdoor play (such as in a park, garden, or backyard)
- Simple stretching exercises like lying down and cycling
- Sitting and rolling the ball
- A little massage before bed helps relax the muscles
What are the benefits of sensory play?
The first 3 years of life are a period of rapid growth and development of a child. As children grow from infancy to toddler to kindergarten they are able to take in a lot of information and turn it into practical information about the world.
Nerve play gives children a unique opportunity to connect with the world in a way that helps them grow and develop. This type of active play helps to create connections in the brain that allow for complex thoughts and activities.
Play also supports language development, mental development, fine motor skills and motorbikes, and promotes peer-to-peer communication. Nerve play, which is known for helping children develop cognitive skills, may also be very helpful in helping calm a child who may be anxious or angry.
Nerve play develops visual and abstract thinking skills and encourages exploration. So now that you know all the benefits, you probably want to get started.
Play ideas and activities
Nerve play can be a lot of fun and is often easy to stop, but it can be difficult for parents to think of ideas to help their child participate in sensory activities. See the list below for simple ideas for playing sensory that will appeal to your toddler or preschool child!