Give your child a moving experience that will last a lifetime with our award-winning resources to guide you.

The Activities Webinars

General Objectives of the 10-Part Package:
  1. Learn basic terms about the foundation blocks of early childhood growth:
    A. Sensory processing
    B. Perceptual-motor development
    C. Vision development
  2. Learn about our eight senses and how young children process sensations.
  3. Learn how good perceptual-motor development influences all future learning, in and out of the classroom.
  4. Learn about the development of vision and its enormously important impact on the growing child.
  5. Apply the information from the first four webinars to guide you as you learn how to incorporate In-Sync Child activities into your classroom.
  6. Recognize how each In-Sync Child activity develops and enhances your students’ sensory, perceptual motor and vision development.
  7. Use the concepts to develop your own In-Sync Child activities, giving your students experiences to last a lifetime!
The Activities Webinars (Six Parts)

Each of six upbeat webinars features a simple piece of inexpensive and easily available equipment (paper plates, masking tape, rope, stretchy things, shapes, and hoops).  Each webinar guides the viewer through four original In-Sync Activities for a total of 24 fun and functional movement experiences.  These inclusive activities appeal to children of all abilities and can take place in a classroom or playground setting.

Take a little listen to Webinar #6: Masking Tape Play!
Learn about four activities with infinite variations using simple masking tape.

Take a little listen to Webinar #10: Hoop Play!
These hoop activities will be a springboard for kids to come up with more fun ideas.

To purchase the webinars and earn continuing education credits in Canada:
Search: “In-Sync Child”
Choose one or more “In-Sync Child Webinars” and start the fun!
To purchase the webinars with subtitles in Greek (no CEUs):
Choose one or more “In-Sync Child Webinars” and start the fun!
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