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Rebound

Rebound in Redwood class takes place every Wednesday morning. There are an array of benefits for the children. Physically, rebound promotes balance, muscle strength, stamina and coordination. Rebound also supports and develops communication skills, sensory processing and independence. Most importantly the children enjoy the activity immensely and as a result this creates confident, happy children. smiley

Monkeys Jumping on the Bed

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Oliver finding his big voice, singing along during rebound. Well done Oliver!

Ring around the Rosie

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Jayden and Oliver having lots of fun with one another.

Intensive Interaction

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Intensive interaction with Matthew, I am copying Matthews movements to create a dialog between us, thank you for our lovely conversation Matthew.

Sabotage

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We have been using the sabotage technique to temp Children including Natalie here in this video to verbally communicating with us in rebound. We do an activity the children enjoy but pause at a critical point and do not resume till the child indicates that they want to continues with a movement or verbally.

Rebound Winstrada Assessment Targets

Christmas Tree Race

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Snowballs Fight!

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Snowballs!

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Our story this term is ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. In rebound we have been acting out the story, travelling across the trampoline in a variety of ways throughout. Some of the movements we have been doing include, crawling when depicting climbing up the beanstalk and tiptoe when sneaking past the giant.

Jack and the Beanstalk

Jack and the Beanstalk

Jack and the Beanstalk

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Matching Magical Beans

Matching words and characters from our story ‘Not Now Bernard’

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