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87. Schemas: Rotation

When children twirl around, roll down a hill or just wind their hair around a pencil, they’re exploring their rotation schema. Anything circular - wheels, twirly straws, being swung around by a grown-up, ring-a-roses: these are all experiences of rotation.

87. Schemas: Rotation

When children twirl around, roll down a hill or just wind their hair around a pencil, they’re exploring their rotation schema. Anything circular - wheels, twirly straws, being swung around by a grown-up, ring-a-roses: these are all experiences of rotation. 

The good news is, it’s super-easy to help your child explore an interest in rotation . Spinning tops, roundabouts at the park, whisking, mixing or drawing circles in the sand are all simple and free. You could also try making big circles with streamers. Twirl in an anti-clockwise direction to improve handwriting! Most letters containing curves are built on this movement. And don't forget all those rotation-friendly items in the toolbox like screwdrivers, drills, spanners, nuts and bolts. Use under supervision at all times, of course.

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May 01, 2016 By Alexis Ralphs

87. Schemas: Rotation

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