What's Happening On TUMBLEBUS in April?
Here a few Snaps of what Spring time has brought to the Tumble Bus!
It's Prize Time!!
Teddy thought everyone did so well on their exercises that everyone gets a "I AM A TUMBLEBUS Kid" Stamp!
One of the most Important parts of Healthy Exercising....
Story time with Teddy!! Do you know what Color a Kiss is?
Well that's a great question, our fun friend found out that a kiss can be all of the colors of the rainbow, or what ever color you want it to be! And what good story doesn't create beautiful smiling faces!?
It's Prize Time!!
Introducing Another Entity of TUMBLEBUS South Charlotte:
WE'RE GROWING! .....
Welcome our New Manager and Fitness Teacher Mrs. Eden Mabry!
LET'S CONNECT ON SOCIAL!
What Skills are We Learning this Month?
Here are a few skills that we are working on this month...
Warm up with Tumble Bus song
- Neck: Roll arounds
- Shoulders: Rusty Shoulder shrugs
- Arms: Self Care Pats on the backs
- Back: Cat/Cow
- Legs: Legs together Tinkle toes, Legs apart Sharing the Shine, Where are you flying butterfly
- Ankles: Pointing outs/ups
Bouncing bunnies over the hurdles
tight rope across the red bridge
backwards crab walks through the green field
magical frogs across the swinging bridge
Strong Ox dead lifts
Snake slithers through the steamy tunnels
Story time: Milo the Big Bunny and What Color is a Kiss
Good bye Song
PLEASE TELL US HOW WE'RE DOING:
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Teddy Parent Tip of the Month
How to Win Cooperation?
Develop Predictable Routines
Kids cooperate in school because they know what's expected of them, says Beth Cohen-Dorfman, educational coordinator at Chicago's Concordia Avondale Campus preschool. "The children follow essentially the same routine day after day, so they quickly learn what they are supposed to be doing, and after a while barely need reminding." While it would be impractical to have the same level of structure at home, the more consistent you are, the more cooperative your child is likely to be, suggests Cohen-Dorfman. Decide on a few routines and stick to them! Examples include deciding when everyone gets dressed or reading before bed once all jimmies are on ect. Eventually, following these "house rules" will become second nature to your child. This will ultimatley make their life/ behavior and your life a lot easier (Lamb, 2018).