- Exercise “skating rink”: you need to take a rolling pin, ball or bottle so that the child, sitting on a high chair, alternately first with one, then with the other foot rolls the object.
- Exercise “robber”: put the child on the floor so that the legs are bent at the knees and the heels are pressed to the floor. Put the edge of the towel under the foot, and put a load (in the form of a stone) on the second edge. The child will have to pull the towel under the heels with his toes. Exercise is recommended to be done alternately, first with one, then with the other leg.
- Exercise “painter”: put the child on the floor and ask him to stretch his legs. Then he should draw the thumb of, for example, the left foot from the big toe of the right foot along the instep to the knee. Do the same with the other leg. Number of repetitions: 3-4 times.
- Exercise “collector”: in a sitting position on the floor (knees bent), the child should pick up small objects scattered on the floor with his toes and put them in a low box. Small toys, cones, clothespins can act as objects. Perform the exercise alternately with each leg. You can also transfer items from one box to another. When performing, try not to drop objects.
- Exercise “artist”: have the child hold a pencil between the toes of one foot and try to draw various geometric shapes on a piece of paper. To keep the sheet from moving, hold it. Repeat the exercise with the other leg.
- Exercise “caterpillar”: put the child on the floor so that the legs are bent at the knees and the heels are pressed to the floor. This exercise is for both legs. Ask the child to bend the toes and at the same time pull the heel to the toes, then straighten the fingers and repeat the exercise again, imitating the movement of a caterpillar. You need to advance the heel until the fingers touch the floor.
- Exercise “boat”: performed while sitting on the floor, the knees should be bent, and the soles pressed against each other in the shape of a boat. In the process of performing the exercise, it is necessary that the child strives to straighten his knees without opening the fingers and heels of the foot pressed to each other.
- Exercise “windmill”: performed in a sitting position on the floor, legs are fully extended. It is necessary that the child describes circles with his feet with both legs to the right and to the left.
- Exercise “sickle”: put the child on the floor so that the legs are bent at the knees and the soles of the feet are at a distance of 20 cm from each other. The toes should be bent and begin to approach, and then return them to their original position. At the same time, do not move your heels. Repeat the exercise several times.
- Exercise “drummer”: put the child on the floor so that the legs are bent at the knees and the heels do not touch the floor. Have him move his feet up and down so that his toes touch the floor and then lift off. The knees must be gradually straightened as the exercise is performed.
- Exercise “window”: you need to take a standing position, legs together. Then begin to bring and spread straightened legs, but do not tear the soles off the floor.
- Heel walking exercise: walking on the heels so that the toes and soles do not touch the floor.
Classes are held for 10 minutes every day
Before proceeding with the exercises, it is necessary to remove the child’s shoes so that he looks a little like socks and jumps over the stick on his toes, first on two legs, and then on one alternately.