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Little Hera's sequences of play, is helping her to swim. By observing brave little 3 years old Hera's sequences of play, shes able to demonstrate a qualitatively new kind of psychological function occurs at her age, known as the Pre-operational Stage. During the Pre-operational Stage of cognitive development, we notice that she do not yet understand concrete logic and cannot mentally manipulate information. But her increase in playing and pretending takes place in this stage and she is able to form stable concepts as well as magical beliefs during her class. Such play is demonstrated by the idea of how an unicorn swim across the river or a crocodile glide through the water. The symbolic/related function substage is when children are able to understand, represent, remember, and picture/objects in their mind without having the picture/object in front of them. The intuitive thought substage is when children tend to propose the questions of "why?" and "how come?" This stage is when children want to understand and explore everything. We were amazed with little Hera in the pool. Thank you Mommy Annabelle Kong for sharing Lilttle Hera's curiosity. https://www.facebook.com/page.annabellekong/ #finnsbsc #finns #boutique #swim #centre #misschineseinternational2006 #baby #ampang #klcity #babyswimming #toddlerswimming #kidsactivity #aquababies #swimlessonsforbabies #newfriends #swimmingbuddies #kidswim #kidsswimming #swimming #swimmers #babylesson #babyclass #families #malaysia #localscene #localschool #swimminglessons #parenting
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So much is happening while lil’Julian swim, and all this happens in fraction of a second. What really happens to lil'Julian's Brain when he moves independently in water? The cerebellum in lil’Julian’s brain is controlling his balance and movement coordination. The cerebellum has a working relationship with the vestibular system, muscles and the eyes. It is also part of the nervous system and receives two different types of input from the body. The first type, static balance, refers to the orientation of the body and head in relation to gravity. This occurs when the body is in a certain stationary position and static balance helps achieve the control. Every time lil’Julian moves his head, the otoliths move and hair cells that are attached to sensory nerves bend, which sends sensory nerve messages along the vestibular nerve directly to the brain. These impulses go through nerve tracts to the structure in the brain called the cerebellum. The cerebellum monitors these impulses and makes adjustments in his muscle activities, eye movements and head control. It can either cause the muscles to increase or decrease activity, depending on the messages coming in. When lil’Julian receives those messages, his muscles instantly react so that he doesn’t lose balance The second type of balance is called dynamic balance. Dynamic balance involves the control of lil’Julian’s body and head as it moves through water, and how he maintains position in response to sudden movements. This simple action involves acceleration, deceleration and rotation. Dynamic balance helps lil’Julian’s body stay in control while making sudden movements. The structures that maintain dynamic balance lie in the inner ear and consist of semicircular canals. The canals comprise of three different planes (anterior, lateral and posterior) that contain fluid. When his head moves, the fluid flows over the hair cells and bends them. Just like static balance, after this action occurs, the impulses are once again sent along the same vestibular pathway to his brain. These canals maintain lil’Julian’s balance by detecting imbalance within the structures. All this movements & brain processing power is helping lil’Julian's growth. Research has shown that with the correct stimulation, children can influence how well they behave, read and learn when they reach school. In addition, they have improved confidence, communication, socialisation skills and the skills for life.
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