Collaborate feature

When a child is developing well and has learned all the skills and anchored them with sufficient repetition, it is important that children are able to combine the skills and execute them simultaneously. The brain has different tasks to perform simultaneously, such as cycling and looking around. Such as listening and writing dictated text.
To read you use different areas of your brain, such as  the left / right / front and back. They must be active at the same time to form words and phrases out of letters.

You often see school children can do it, but test results may not reflect this. This is often a dysfunctional partnership of brain-functions.
The correct movement creates connections in the brains, so you have access to different skills simultaneously. Then learning comes naturally and it is fun, as it should be. Children grow and shine.

Which problems may appear at school when collaborate feature are not fully developed:

-poor concentration

-not good at reading

-trouble with maths

-poor writing skills

-automate poorly

-just can do 1 thing at the time

-slow students

-low self-esteem

What can you do?

Children do playful and fun-oriented movements. Children will get access to all that is learned and skills that are developed  at the same time. Learning to read, write and count goes very smoothly, everybody at his own level. Learning goes fast, is more fun and will contribute to self-esteem.


Complete program with activities and excercises for all named symptoms at this page.

More information

Primary reflexes

Babies develop their movements, as a reflex. These primary reflexes are necessary for ..

Movement and
sensory development

Through movements, such as rolling, crawling, sitting, standing and walking a child ..

Development visibility

When a baby is born, he cannot see far, nor can he see colour. This develops slowly.


We have a balance in our body that ensures that we can stand upright. This is ..

Body awereness

From baby to toddler there is not an I-picture. Everything is interconnected; child, parent

Fine motor skills,
pencil grip

Children learn about the world by touching everything. By feeling objects, they get meaning.

Eye- hand/
foot coordination

When an object such as a ball moves you should assess with your eyes where the object ..

midline cross

Toddlers use both hands and feet equally. Becoming aware that you have a left and right

Sense of direction

Young children think using the right side of the brain. This slowly changes to the logical

Visual and
auditory skills

What you see is processed in the brain. You learn to see differences and similarities in ..


When a child is developing well and has learned all the skills and anchored them with sufficient