Effects on Mobility and Relaxation Briolight
The Mobility / Relaxation category includes 18 interactive effects.
All of them are used as a method of activation, relaxation, or vice versa, active stress relief. These tasks and games motivate the child to purposeful motor activity, develop coordination and large motor skills, form a reaction rate, and also contribute to emotional unloading.
For example, in the game “Moles” you need to carefully monitor the playing field and respond quickly, stepping on moles that appear from holes. Thus, in order to complete this task, the child needs to quickly navigate and clearly coordinate his body, learn to instantly change the direction of movement and direct himself toward the goal. The same skills will help in the game “Save Hippo” where the child must protect the hippo from hungry crocodiles by stepping on them. Or “Rafts”, where you need to quickly jump from raft to raft, so as not to get into the water.
In the game “Space Adventure” the child has a slightly different task. It is necessary to run, jumping over the galaxies, without missing a single one and not get into outer space. The task is to correctly follow a certain path. Such exercises help develop coordination and motor planning.
The effect of “Water” is intended for relaxation, relieving emotional and motor tension, accompanied by appropriate sound effects. You can “touch” the water, make waves. You can walk on it, clap your hands, feet, or foreign objects. The child himself can establish a measure of the excitement of water, its intensity.