MARCH 28 6pm-7:30pm How to Improve Learning and Behaviour in the Early Years Through Movement Programs Maureen Hawke Julie Watts
Using empirical and anecdotal evidence, this presentation highlights how movement programs improve children's learning and behaviour from birth to seven years of age. The presentation will cover how movement aids development and will include practical activities for educators to use with groups to enhance sensory motor skills.
Age range applicable: Babies - Grade 1 

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