Community Move! is Project Commotion’s adult education program, offering interactive workshops that link movement to the foundations of healthy development, learning and self-awareness.
Each year, PC brings our workshops to early childhood centers, colleges and conferences, spreading awareness about the need for gross motor play in the lives of both children and adults. By spreading our knowledge about the deep, life-long benefits of movement and play, we inspire young professionals, families and future teachers to incorporate more physical activity into the lives of the children they care for and serve.
Presenters discuss the science behind the brain-body connection and demonstrate how movement can support whole child development. Participants get to experience the learning themselves as they return to some of their favorite childhood activities: playing, rolling, spinning, jumping and even spending some time upside-down. Always a fun and engaging learning experience, PC’s Community Move! Workshops aim to improve adult-child interactions and enhance learning environments by reminding adults that we can learn best through movement together!
If you would like to bring PC to your school or conference, please reach out to us. We would be happy to come move, play and learn with you!
Community Move! Clients:
Chibi Chan Preschool
CCSF Child Development and Family Studies Department
DCYF’s State of the City’s Children Summit
Ella Hill Hutch Head Start Preschool
Institute for International Education
Mission Neighborhood Centers
Oakland Garden School
Playmates Cooperative Nursery School
Preschool For All Teachers Conference
Quality Matters Monterey County
Resolve to Stop the Violence Project, San Francisco Sheriff’s Department
Rocky Mountain Co-Op Nursery School
San Francisco Child Care Providers Association’s Annual ECE Conferences
San Francisco Co-Op Association’s Annual Parent Education Night
San Francisco State University Associated Students ECE Center
SFSU Child & Adolescent Development Department
Silverspot Co-Op Nursery School