Rockin' Reflex VIDEO (STREAM) Package

EVIDENCE-BASED* movement-to-music (VIDEO stream version) for the JK - 2 teacher/caregiver, featuring Rhythmic Movements to help children integrate primitive reflexes and improve Self-Regulation skills!
     (*as published in ScienceDirect - a research study by Susan Overvelde, M.Ed., in conjunction with Queen's University, Kingston, ON -  - SEE MORE AT BOTTOM**)
              Ideal for movement breaks and transitions!
Features 4 highly engaging movement-to-music VIDEOS (available as streams with unlimited access) supporting self-regulation and reflex integration. They make learning easier and improve reading and writing skills, while stimulating the brainstem and neo-cortex to help with focusing and calming. Easy to do in the classroom, the gym, outdoors, or at home! Perfect for "purposeful" movement breaks/activities!  SEE DEMO SEGMENTS OF THESE VIDEOS BELOW. 

Includes 15-page Educational Manual (SEE "SAMPLE TEACHERS' NOTES" BELOW), featuring easy-to-follow activities and movement rationale! (Downloadable/Printable PDF version included with video streams. See sample pages below.)

Recommended for ages 3 – 8.                   
           Awesome Value at $17.99 USD!     

>>>CLICK HERE<<< to be taken to our streaming site to purchase rights to unlimited access for streaming of all 4 videos – plus receive downloadable/printable PDF of 15-page Educational Manual!

VIEW DEMO VIDEO SEGMENTS BELOW!                                             

Educational Manual/"Teachers' Notes" (PDF version included) 
Click on image above to check out sample pages from accompanying Educational Manual (i.e., "Teachers' Notes")

"...this study suggests that unintegrated primitive reflexes make it more difficult for children to self-regulate. This study supports the idea that the primitive reflexes of school-aged children can be integrated by practicing rhythmic movements which mimic those infants naturally do. The rhythmic movements practiced in the Rockin' Reflex videos helped to integrate students' primitive reflexes and improved SR [self-regulation] skills. As these activities are easy to implement in the kindergarten classroom, they may help close the gap in SR abilities when the child is just starting school."  
   (Excerpted from "Primitive Reflexes and Self-Regulation: Correlations Between them and the Potential Impact of Rhythmic Movements on Both," Susan Overvelde, M.Ed., 2022. In ScienceDirect (2024), see also “Guiding Parents of Children with Persistent Primitive Reflexes,”



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