Help your Developing Child With our new Programme

How the developing child can be helped at home

The devloping child can be helped with our development programmeMentis-XL have produced, for the developing child, a new programme that targets key aspects of development in the Early Years Foundation Stage (eyfs) (pre-school - 3-5). The developing child needs stimulation to help their early learning and development.

Parents can see their developing child rapidly change in abilities over the early years and want to know how they can encourage this development.

How we can help your developing child in the crucial preschool years.

To help you develop your child's skills, we have therefore produced a structured programme suitable for preschool children that should help with early learning, improve their emerging skills and identify areas that need encouragement.

Unlike many educational toys, our programme is not based on reading, writing or arithmetic. Instead a structured series of activities has been developed to encourage movement skills, thinking skills, social skills in preschool children aged three to five.

Movement skills are paramount. More than half the preschool children assessed recently in one Education Authority did not have age-appropriate movement skills. Developing movement skills is a key stage in overall neurological development.

On our website is information relating to this programme and a sample video showing the type of exercises we are trying to encourage parents to try.

For more information on how the developing child can be helped with our development programme click here.

 

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