Physical Literacy

Physical Literacy can be described as the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life – Margaret Whitehead (IPLA, 2017). Physical Literacy is when children have developed the skills, confidence and love of movement to be physically active for life (Active for Life, 2020). …

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Motor & Listening Skills

“The most powerful tool for fostering the growth and development of neural connections in your child’s brain is physical movement.” (Gill Connell, child development expert)   Movement is essential for learning. Movement is primarily processed in the cerebellum, the area where memory and learning is processed. There is a direct correlation between the development of …

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Reading – an excellent way to build your child’s vocabulary

When you read to your child you are helping your child’s mind grow and develop. Reading aloud to your child helps your child learn more about the world around him/her. When reading, you help your child learn language, develop listening skills, build attention and lay the foundation for reading and writing skills. Reading develops a …

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Reading with a Purpose – The Versatility of Printable Stories

“Reading to your child from an early age is one of the most important things you can do to help prepare your child for mastery of language, better communication skills and offers a solid foundation for academic excellence” I developed the Boon Town Stories as a labour of love for my son, Michael, who was …

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DCD and Dyspraxia

What is Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD)? DCD is a chronic motor skill disorder seen in children and youth, which significantly affects activities of daily living, school performance, and leisure activities. The disorder is diagnosed by a paediatrician or sometimes jointly between an educational psychologist and occupational therapist using the DSM-5 criteria: (a) A significant difficulty …

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