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Trampolining is an important tool for children's sensory training. Among the many children with sensory disorders, disorders of balance, coordination and vestibular sensation are the most basic and important problems. Trampolining is one of the most common and effective training methods for these points. Jumping helps to stimulate the child's sensory system, improve proprioceptive and vestibular sensory integration, develop a sense of balance, and train hand-eye coordination, which helps the child to mature in self-motor and motor planning. Trampoline jumping also contributes to the child's emotional stability and motivation to overcome difficulties.
For babies and toddlers, children who are initially exercising on a trampoline or who are afraid of trampolines.
2. For children who are afraid to go on the trampoline, to reduce their fear, the child may be carried on the back by a parent or teacher to jump on top of the trampoline at first.
3. Have the child lie prone on the trampoline while the chaperone stands and jumps, bouncing the child up and down to allow the child to experience the sensation of the trampoline rising and falling.
4. Let the child lie prone on the trampoline, lift the head and neck vigorously, and raise the chest as high as possible, which can strengthen the feeling of the vestibular system and promote the formation of the body's muscle proprioception.
After the child is familiar with trampoline sports and exercise methods:
5. Let the children jump freely on the trampoline, or jump on the trampoline with the ball in both hands, or play the game of throwing the ball and catching the ball with the instructor.
6. Let the child jump on the trampoline and put the ball in the hand into the designated basket;
7. Jump rope on the trampoline.
8. Hang a balloon above the trampoline and have the child hit the target each time it jumps. You can also hang a net basket on the trampoline to let the child throw the ball into the net when jumping. This game can help the child to judge the visual space, hand-eye coordination and body image with the correct vestibular inherent sense in mid-air.
9. Let two children stand on the trampoline face to face and hold hands and jump together, or pull together a small hula hoop to jump together, so as to train the ability to coordinate movement with each other, and enhance visual stability through the eyeballs in the beating.
In fact, jumping is an exercise that should not be overlooked in the early years of a child's development. When the child is 6 or 7 months old, he likes to jump with the support of his mother. At this time, you can match his movements and let him jump up and down. Once the child is more stable on his feet, he can also play jumping games on the sofa or on a trampoline, with the parents holding the child's armpits or pulling the child's hands, so that he can enjoy bouncing. The child can also jump by himself holding the handrail and then progress to jumping freely without support and doing some throwing and catching.