Experiencing limits through trampoline jumping
Trampoline jumping gives children a lot of fun and is an effect training for young and old. When jumping on a trampoline, body awareness is trained, among other things.
Every child feels what it can dare to do ...
... and where some courage is needed. Through numerous exercises and games, the children can test their own limits in the air. Thus the children get to know their limits in a playful way, they learn to handle their bodies better.
In psychomotorics, trampoline jumping has a great, varied significance. Trampoline jumping promotes children's body, material and social experience. These are the main goals of psychomotor skills.
Trampoline jumping is suitable for children with physical disabilities, disabilities, ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, insecure children, aggressive children, etc. who feel insecure in physical education lessons, have problems regulating their urge to move or have problems with their social contact. These children are strengthened by group therapy with trampolining.
Who knows challenging game ideas with the trampoline? I am looking forward to your ideas and suggestions!