|1 – Body Awareness – Part I
|In this session, children will engage in fun and interesting activities that acquaint them with body vocabulary and help them become more aware of the different parts of their bodies. It will give them a platform to apply some thought and use words and phrases to describe parts of the body.
|1. Learn body vocabulary
2. Develop awareness of his/ her body and its different movements
|Trace your partner!
Identify my outline game
Learn an action Rhyme involving the body parts
|What do I know and what don’t I know about the different body parts?
Do all your outlines look the same? How different are we?
|2 – Body Awareness – Part II
|In this session, children will explore different explore movements of the different body parts they have identified. They will explore imaginative movement, imitation, and guided movement. Further, they will explore how their surroundings can affect their movements
|1. Explore body movements in different ways/ situations
2. Observe and adjust their movements according to the surroundings
3. Move their body parts in response to imagined objects
4. Explore the power of observation
|Set up an Obstacle Course and navigate through it!
Make a Foot Puppet and make it move
|Can I imitate others by fixing my body parts in a specific way?
What happens if I do not know what my surroundings are?
How can I be more aware?
|3 – Sensory Awareness – Part I
|In this session, children will experience a unique way of relating to their senses and will learn to use words and expressions to describe and discuss sensory feelings. This is done through a mix of fun and reflective exercises.
|1. Learn to use visual and verbal cues to recognize and communicate their sensations
2. Explore how actions can be used to communicate sensory feelings
|Explore Guided Imagery
Do the Animal Act!
|Can I observe and verbalize what I am sensing while doing a given activity?
Does my body feel different when I walk like different animals?
|4 – Sensory Awareness – Part II
|In this session, children take their understanding of the senses a step further and learn to use it to communicate in different contexts. Here, theater-based activities offer them a refreshing way of learning and showcasing this learning.
|1. Apply their sensory awareness to identify objects
2. Communicate an imagined situation using sensory feelings and emotions
3.Explore using facial expressions to communicate an emotion/ a situation
|Show and Tell
Identify an object by touch
Perform an Action Rhyme
|How can I use my senses and my facial expressions to communicate a feeling/ thought?
|5 – Bringing it all together
|In this session, children apply their understanding of body movement and sensory feelings to enact a given story. It is interesting because they will get to recognize and use visual, verbal, and physiological cues to communicate and perform.
|1. Use body and sensory awareness to perform a given situation/ scene
2. Become more aware of how they use their bodies and senses to recognize and communicate feelings and thoughts
|Create a friendly monster with many body parts
Enact a Story as a team!
|Am I able to identify objects/ items by their Sense of Smell?
What do I feel as I enact and become someone else?
New Batches Starting
29 Mar 2021
10 May 2021
Flexi Class Available on Request