Movement Learning Activities for Kids!

Ages 3-6

Movement Learning Activities for Kids!

Ages 3-6

Movement Learning Activities for Kids!

Ages 3-6

Join Jess on YouTube for some movement learning fun!

Join Jess on YouTube for some movement learning fun!

Join Jess on YouTube for some movement learning fun!

Jess & Fun Episodes:

New Episode!

Cupcake Dance!

This fun dance activity gets kids moving in all kinds of ways as we make cupcakes with our movement! We melt butter, pour sugar, crack an egg, sift flour, and then explore all the buttons of the mixing machine with our movement!

Writing the Letter M!

In this episode, we explore all kinds of ways to write the letter M with our bodies! Up, down, up, down.

Brain Break!

Body Puzzle #1

In this episode, we explore a Body Puzzle seated, standing, balancing, and jumping!

Brain Break!

Opposite Challenge!

In this episode, we explore the word opposite with our movement!

Jess & Fun Episodes:

New Episode!

Cupcake Dance!

This fun dance activity gets kids moving in all kinds of ways as we make cupcakes with our movement! We melt butter, pour sugar, crack an egg, sift flour, and then explore all the buttons of the mixing machine with our movement!

Writing the Letter M!

In this episode, we explore all kinds of ways to write the letter M with our bodies! Up, down, up, down.

Brain Break!

Body Puzzle #1

In this episode, we explore a Body Puzzle seated, standing, balancing, and jumping!

Brain Break! Opposite Challenge #1

In this episode, we explore the word opposite with our movement!

Jess & Fun Episodes!

New Episode!

Cupcake Dance!

This fun dance activity gets kids moving in all kinds of ways as we make cupcakes with our movement! We melt butter, pour sugar, crack an egg, sift flour, and then explore all the buttons of the mixing machine with our movement!

Writing the Letter M!

In this episode, we explore all kinds of ways to write the letter M with our bodies! Up, down, up, down.

Brain Break!

Body Puzzle #1

In this episode, we explore a Body Puzzle seated, standing, balancing, and jumping!

Brain Break!

Opposite Challenge #1

In this episode, we explore the word opposite with our movement!

Mission

Hi, I’m Jess and I’m on a mission to make learning fun for young kids by incorporating movement into learning!

Studies show that incorporating integrated movement, also known as embodied education, into a child’s educational experience helps them make stronger, faster connections when learning letters, numbers, and language.

When children engage in learning experiences that use exercise, cross-lateral movement, music, and their imagination, studies show that the brain forms stronger wiring, helping them solidify the concepts they’re learning.

Plus, children love to move! Movement makes learning fun!

Mission

Hi, I’m Jess and I’m on a mission to make learning fun for young kids by incorporating movement into learning!

Studies show that incorporating integrated movement, also known as embodied education, into a child’s educational experience helps them make stronger, faster connections when learning letters, numbers, and language.

When children engage in learning experiences that use exercise, cross-lateral movement, music, and their imagination, studies show that the brain forms stronger wiring, helping them solidify the concepts they’re learning.

Plus, children love to move! Movement makes learning fun!

Mission

Hi, I’m Jess and I’m on a mission to make learning fun for young kids by incorporating movement into learning!

Studies show that incorporating integrated movement, also known as embodied education, into a child’s educational experience helps them make stronger, faster connections when learning letters, numbers, and language.

When children engage in learning experiences that use exercise, cross-lateral movement, music, and their imagination, studies show that the brain forms stronger wiring, helping them solidify the concepts they’re learning.

Plus, children love to move! Movement makes learning fun!

About

Jessica Harris is a former internationally ranked professional dancer. During her 10-year career with Shen Wei Dance Arts, she danced in major opera houses around the world including Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Sydney Opera House, Hong Kong Arts Center and more.

When Jess started working in preschools, she was struck with how little children moved when they were learning. For eight years she taught hundreds of preschool classes and developed, in real time, a curriculum that uses movement to teach children concepts such as letters, numbers, and patterns. After teaching online classes for two years, she learned to translate her curriculum through the screen, and is now sharing it as a show to reach more kids.

About

Jessica Harris is a former internationally ranked professional dancer. During her 10-year career with Shen Wei Dance Arts, she danced in major opera houses around the world including Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Sydney Opera House, Hong Kong Arts Center and more.

When Jess started working in preschools, she was struck with how little children moved when they were learning. For eight years she taught hundreds of preschool classes and developed, in real time, a curriculum that uses movement to teach children concepts such as letters, numbers, and patterns. After teaching online classes for two years, she learned to translate her curriculum through the screen, and is now sharing it as a show to reach more kids.

About

Jessica Harris is a former internationally ranked professional dancer. During her 10-year career with Shen Wei Dance Arts, she danced in major opera houses around the world including Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Sydney Opera House, Hong Kong Arts Center and more.

When Jess started working in preschools, she was struck with how little children moved when they were learning. For eight years she taught hundreds of preschool classes and developed, in real time, a curriculum that uses movement to teach children concepts such as letters, numbers, and patterns. After teaching online classes for two years, she learned to translate her curriculum through the screen, and is now sharing it as a show to reach more kids.

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What parents are saying!

“Extremely important to get movement while learning! My preschooler loves this. The phonics, letters and creative movements keep my kiddo engaged.”

“My son has progressed hugely in a few classes. Recognizing and drawing the letters he has learned through kinetic play.”

“Super fun and educational. Really a great way to get in touch with the body and learn the alphabet.”

“My son enjoyed using his body and mind to create inventive ways to make letters.”

“What a great way to get kids moving! This was only my son’s first session, but I see great potential to improve his coordination and listening skills.”

“My learner and friends love this class! Brain and body connection activities, light phonics, numbers, crazy moving parts, and a lot of giggles. Every child gets a turn and acknowledgment for ideas. It’s a smash hit in our home.”

“Moving while learning absolutely helped solidify the alphabet for my youngest (he has a language and communication learning disability). He loved the movement and dancing and had fun while learning!”

What parents are saying!

“Extremely important to get movement while learning! My preschooler loves this. The phonics, letters and creative movements keep my kiddo engaged.”

“My son has progressed hugely in a few classes. Recognizing and drawing the letters he has learned through kinetic play.”

“Super fun and educational. Really a great way to get in touch with the body and learn the alphabet.”

“My son enjoyed using his body and mind to create inventive ways to make letters.”

“What a great way to get kids moving! This was only my son’s first session, but I see great potential to improve his coordination and listening skills.”

“My learner and friends love this class! Brain and body connection activities, light phonics, numbers, crazy moving parts, and a lot of giggles. Every child gets a turn and acknowledgment for ideas. It’s a smash hit in our home.”

“Moving while learning absolutely helped solidify the alphabet for my youngest (he has a language and communication learning disability). He loved the movement and dancing and had fun while learning!”

What parents are saying!

“Extremely important to get movement while learning! My preschooler loves this. The phonics, letters and creative movements keep my kiddo engaged.”

“My son has progressed hugely in a few classes. Recognizing and drawing the letters he has learned through kinetic play.”

“Super fun and educational. Really a great way to get in touch with the body and learn the alphabet.”

 

“My son enjoyed using his body and mind to create inventive ways to make letters.”

“What a great way to get kids moving! This was only my son’s first session, but I see great potential to improve his coordination and listening skills.”

“My learner and friends love this class! Brain and body connection activities, light phonics, numbers, crazy moving parts, and a lot of giggles. Every child gets a turn and acknowledgment for ideas. It’s a smash hit in our home.”

“Moving while learning absolutely helped solidify the alphabet for my youngest (he has a language and communication learning disability). He loved the movement and dancing and had fun while learning!”

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