"Three to Five" video examines the theory and methodology of physical education of preschool children, function of physical culture teacher in preschool. Video reveals the features of the development of children motor skills, learning movements, sports games and exercises, it describing the exercise and offers a variety of forms of work in physical education and organization of this work in preschool.
In turn, physical education as a system of measures aimed at developing the child's growing body and its functions can be considered as a priority for the entire educational work with children. However, according to experts, this system operates not effective and does not provide adequately development of motor activity and psycho-physiological development of the child (Tomporowski et al., 2011, p.1510). The growth and development of individual organs and systems is also uneven. For example, the formation of the musculoskeletal system continues throughout the stages of maturation, but is most intense in the first years of life. This regularity warrant the selective development of individual organs and systems, enables teachers to build their work accordingly. For example, during the development of motor function of the child must be verbal communication, during the development of motor skills - physical activity. This feature of the growth and development of natural science is the basis for the correct formulation of the educational process, as the answer to the question: how best to teach children of different ages. The video shows that the need to prioritize the development of functional systems in ontogenesis, it is necessary to provide the same sequence and with the child's upbringing.
Consequently, the process of growth and development of children is sustained but uneven. This pattern is the basis for proper grouping children of different ages in order to establish scientific bases of age periodization. Special attention in this video deserves a professional training program for physical education of preschool children. Practical materials data in the application, can be used by all those interested in the problems of physical training of children.
Tomporowski, P. D., Lambourne, K., & Okumura, M. S. (2011). Physical activity interventions and children's mental function: an introduction and overview. Preventive Medicine, Vol. 52, pp. 3-9.
Films Media Group. (2005). Three to Five. Retrieved from http://fiu.catalog.fcla.edu/fi.jsp?fl=bo&ADV=S&t1=video+child&k1=kw&op1=a&t2=&k2=kw&op2=a&t3=&k3=kw&avli=&fa=&fa=&pf=&pt=&of=10&V=D&S=0861461761754198&I=1#top.