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Re: Worrying feedback from Kindergarten teacher

Psychomotorik is easy-going. Go for it - take the free one-on-one support for your child.

It's not heavy-going psychiatric therapy, "psychomotorik" is about strengthening points such as pressure, posture - anything to do with mental/physical issues - from holding the pencil the right way round to practicing bouncing a ball, whatever. The idea is to give the child a chance early on in life, so that he/she doesn't get far behind in comparison to others. I know it's widely criticised and considered "fluffy", but the more you do now at this age, the less problems you will have later. And the kids love it!

We have first-hand experience - so if you would like to drop a pm, feel free to do so.

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