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(43 Ratings)

Bounce trampoline

Method Description: Trampolines are usually for children of motion with a high fun factor. Activities may also question that the child does not move itself, but feels the movement in the bounce. This results in non-stigmatizing ways of joint "hopping" - all children lie down on the trampoline - the Mother is starting to look to bounce. - Each child must now again decide how long to bounce the Mother. The child may then for a minute "Stop" or say "Next". Each child must "be moved" by others
Inclusion Goal: The object was to include a child with severe disabilities in a group setting.
Challenges: There is a possibility to create a situation in which a child is included with a strong degree of disability in a group. It should be ensured that every child is involved.
Success Indicators: If each child can participate and if no child falls out of line.
Keywords: Trampoline bounce,