Balanceability - Levels 1 & 2 explained
The Balanceability course is made up of 12 sessions: six 45-minute sessions for Level 1 and six 45-minute sessions for Level 2.
Level 1 is aimed at children from 2½ to 4-years-old. At this level, fundamental movement patterns, gross motor skills and dynamic balance are incorporated alongside an introduction to the balance bike. Children learn to pick up, manoeuvre, mount and dismount and how to ride the balance bike safely. Level 1 aims to build confidence in the ability to glide on the balance bike and how to stop in a controlled manner.
Level 2 continues the development of gross motor skills, dynamic balance and co-ordination. The main goal is to improve the child's gliding, stopping, braking and turning skills, enabling them to ride solo on a pedal bike safely and with confidence.
Balanceability is a progressive 'outcome-based' learning programme, where children are assessed at regular points throughout the course in order to monitor and measure progress. The speed of progression in children's motor development has proved to be hugely beneficial (see our case studies).
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Attending a Balanceability demonstration at Welton Primary School, I was impressed with the potential opportunities it offered for younger children
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