• Iris Windsor

It's a Balancing Act

Updated: Feb 23



Balance allows children to have better control over their bodies. Once balance is mastered, it occurs naturally: allowing children to move their attention and focus on other things


Many developmental aspects are involved in balance such as body awareness, focus and attention, physical strength, sensory processing and gross motor muscle development


Balance control skills include walking forward on a straight line, adjusting movements and moving against gravity.


Walking on something that is above the surface level of the ground can work to improve a child's balancing skills. Balance beams and other challenging surfaces encourage children to

build their core strength and learn how to control their bodies in response to level and directional changes


To learn more about us, at Dragonfly's Early Learning at Coolum Beach, go to https://www.dragonflys.com.au/contact-us

Or give us a call on 07 5471 6500. We would love to hear from you


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