Karibou is a parent-and-tots physical literacy program. Children go around courses, learn through group tasks and take on challenges that will allow them to gradually develop an interest for sports and physical activities. Each 45-minutes class allows them to execute a wide range of movements including throwing, catching, jumping, dancing, rolling and running. Obviously, the main goal is for them to simply have fun!
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At this age, our cheeky chicks walk alone or with assistance. This level will stimulate the crawling and walking process. children will have the opportunity to crawl, climb and step over small obstacles. They will also perform non-locomotor movements and be able to manipulate new objects.
At this age, our bouncing bunnies are beginning to run but they fall frequently. With this level, children will develop, amongst other things, walking, running, climbing, stepping over obstacles and throwing. They will also be able to manipulate new and different objects.
At this age, the rascally racoons runs better, goes around in a circle, hops, climbs, and dances. With this program, children will develop more autonomy and will practice non-locomotor movements such as bending, stretching, throwing, pushing and pulling.
At this age, children likes to build small towers with blocks and jumps from a short height. With the Buddy Bears, he will further develop the manipulation of objects and improve gestural communication through symbolic play.
At this age, children jumps with both feet together and can balance himself on one foot for a few seconds. He is also beginning to ride a tricycle! With the Wonder Wolves, they will refine their walking and running movements, their non-locomotor and object manipulation movements.
At this age, children can catch a ball with arms extended and can hop on one foot 2 or 3 times. With the Feisty Foxes, the child will develop his autonomy and will practice his fundamental movements of general coordination, his eye-hand and eye-foot coordination.