In many family educations, on the one hand, parents hate iron and steel, and on the other hand, children behave unsatisfactorily or at a loss.
Some parents don’t understand why my child has poor coordination in all aspects, slow movements and procrastination in learning?
In the face of these problems, parents and friends should pay attention to them. These problems may be related to the child's proprioceptive development disorder, rather than the child's learning attitude.
Unlike vestibular sense and touch sense, proprioception is a less familiar sensory system, but it is often hailed as a "symbol of wisdom" in human development.
Proprioception is a sense of consciously or unconsciously feeling the position of the body in space. It is also called a body map or body image. It is a fixed sensation of the human body, including muscles, joint motor nerve tissue, and body nerves. The ability to coordinate automatically and spontaneously during long-term interaction exercises between the organization and the brain.
Simply put, we don’t need to stare at the body, the brain can control any part of the body at any time.
Good proprioception can let you know that your hand is resting on someone’s shoulder; it can let you throw objects in the direction you want; it can let you quickly adjust your body posture when you fall; it can let you walk smoothly , Run, climb stairs, carry boxes, sit, stand, stretch and lie down.
1. Often falls or trips, even hits tables, chairs or people;
2, muscle endurance is poor, and it is easy to feel tired;
3, no points Know how to maintain a polite distance between people, which often makes people feel assaulted;
4. If you don’t look at it with your eyes, you may not be able to do a little bit of things, such as wearing clothes and buttoning ;
5, there is no way to dexterously operate daily necessities, stationery, often kindly do bad things;
6, movements are stiff and uncoordinated;
7, movements are often slow or do not remember movements ;
8, can not accurately receive the ball when playing the ball, or easily hit by the ball;
9, hand, eye, hand and ear, poor coordination;
10, can not match the height Take hold;
11. When the body is in a state of high-speed movement, symmetrical tension neck reflexes often appear, which leads to body stiffness.
The above are all manifestations of proprioception disorder.
So how to train children's proprioception?
These ball sports can greatly improve the child's physical coordination and flexibility.
Under normal circumstances, 4-year-old children should be able to bat with one hand. As they age, badminton, table tennis, and basketball can all be practiced.
Hands intensive actions
According to the child's age, children can wash their hands, wash their face, hold pens, hold chopsticks, tie shoelaces, and button buttons.
These actions can quickly help children build good proprioception.
Appropriate housework activities can not only exercise the child's self-confidence and willpower, but also exercise the child's hand-eye coordination ability, and enhance the stimulation of the child's body movement to the brain.
Turn the bucket
Let the child play somersaults, roll forward and roll sideways, which will greatly help the child’s physical coordination and flexibility.
Make some poses with your hands, and use lights to reflect interesting patterns on the wall to attract children to imitate, which can greatly improve the brain's ability to control the fingers, which is also the basis for enhancing childrenA good way to feel.
Let the child lie on the ground, 50-70 cm away from the wall, push the ball horizontally to the wall with both hands, after the ball bounces back, catch it, push it to the wall again, so Repeatedly, this game can not only improve children's hand-eye-brain coordination and distance judgment, but also stimulate children's vestibular sense.
Toss the ball upward
Toss the ball upwards and catch it by yourself. When the ball is tossed, the feet should be separated and shoulder-width apart. The thrown ball should be higher than the top of the head. On the top of the head, throw about 20 balls in a row without dropping.
Protosensory training does not depend on how many units a single training volume reaches, but on whether the stimulation training is diversified and whether the stimulation is in place.
hope that everyone can also pay attention to the details in life, create training opportunities for children anytime and anywhere, subtly improve children's proprioception, and accumulate and shape children's self-confidence bit by bit.