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We have invited Danish motor skill- and gymnast trainer, Signe Lindstrøm to show you a how by KlipKlap's products can play a part in your baby's daily activities and playtime through a range of activities on our mattresses and modules.
Your infant is born with an inherent curiosity to explore the world by use of its body. Helping your child, by motivating the development of gross and fine motor skills, will also help enhance your child's ability to develop its senses and language proficiency later in life.
Through motor skill training, presence, and comfortable surroundings, you will find that your child will grow in confidence and eventually show more curiosity towards new things. Remember that every time you play together, the bond between you and your child strengthens.
Based on four different age groups – spanning from 5 months to 6 years - the following videos give you inspiration on how to use our products actively together with your baby or child.
AGE: 10 - 18 MONTHS
Learn how you can use by KlipKlap products to stimulate your child's gross motor skills and be inspired as a parent to be active together with your child. Here, we demonstrate exercises for babies in the 10 - 18 months age range.PLAY FILM
AGE: 1,5 - 3 YEARS
See how you can use by KlipKlap products to stimulate your child's gross motor skills and be inspired as a parent to be more active together with your child. Here, we demonstrate exercises for babies in the 1,5 - 3 years age range.PLAY FILM
AGE: 3 - 6 YEARS
Watch how you can use by KlipKlap products to stimulate your child's gross motor skills and be inspired as a parent to be more active together with your child. Here, we demonstrate exercises for babies in the 3-6 years age range.PLAY FILM
Primary senses are fundamental for our brain to mature and develop - and for our body to move and adjust in relation to physical activities and surroundings. These senses are crucial for the interaction between the senses, brain, and body.
When speaking of the three primary senses, we mean:
The sense of touch where contact, pressure or traction exerted on the skin are recognised.
The sense that lets us perceive the location, movement, and action of parts of the body.
BALANCE & MOVEMENT (vestibular- or labyrinthine sense)
Our experience of motion and balance. A series of structures in the inner ear known as the vestibular organs let us know when we are moving and when other things are moving around us.
By motivating your child to be active and train motor skills together from an early age, your child will strengthen these three primary senses, which will help the child's learning ability throughout life.
Here, we dive into a selection of by KlipKlap products, demonstrating their versatility when being used as a base for active play and motor skill training in your home.