Fun Start, Move Smart! Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) Introductory Workshop
13 April 2017 (Thursday), 8.30am – 5.30pm to 18 May 2017 (Thursday), 8.30am – 12.30pm
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“Fun Start, Move Smart! Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) Introductory Workshop” by Free Play
(For All NROC Coaches)
The Fun Start, Move Smart! Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) Introductory Workshop is targeted at early childhood educators to introduce and enhance the teaching o FMS to children aged 2 to 10 years old. Through this, it is hoped that Singapore children can achieve physical literacy and be prepared for an active and enriching lifestyle in adulthood.
FMS form the building blocks that underpin daily living activities. These skills refer to movements such as walking, running, leaping, throwing, catching and much more.
The 1.5 day workshop focuses on exploring the FMS of locomotion, object control and stability in a fun and creative manner. Educators will get to explore and participate in insightful motor skills activities especially designed in progressive stages for young children. Educators will also be shown how the activities can be integrated with lessons in other developmental domains.
Learn creative ideas on using inexpensive equipment or readily available recycled materials from our daily environment to conduct FMS activities
Tips and ideas to tackle common challenges faced by educators in teaching FMS to young children
Awards and Certification
Participants must complete both sessions of the workshop and submit an FMS assignment on Day 2 of the workshop to be awarded with the Certificate of Participation by Sport Singapore (SportSG).
Date and Time
13 April 2017 (Thursday), 8.30am – 5.30pm
18 May 2017 (Thursday), 8.30am – 12.30pm
Nanyang Girl’s Boarding School
21 Linden Drive
NROC Coaches: S$225 per pax (after 10% discount)
Non-NROC Coaches: S$250 per pax
All above quoted pricing include workshop materials.
Up to 10 hours
Please register via this link
by 1 April 2017 (Saturday).
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