Nothing but the best. That’s what you want for every child in your class. And now KIDDO is here to give you all the skills and resources you need to develop the physical literacy of your students.
You’ll not only be helping improve their academic results, behaviour and concentration – you’ll also be developing a positive relationship with physical activity that will offer benefits well into their adulthood.
Fun. Play. Imagination. That’s what physical activity should be for children in their early years. KIDDO will help you build your knowledge and skills as an Educator and help the children in your centre learn how to run, jump, balance, kick, throw and more, as well as develop the confidence to be active - we promise they will love every minute of it.
As parents we always want our kids to be the best version of themselves. We want them to do well both inside the classroom and out. KIDDO has been created by the team at UWA to help develop your child's fundamental movement skills, to improve their physical literacy and to help them become a confident and competent mover. KIDDO is about nurturing a love of physical activity for your child that will, quite literally, benefit them for life.
At KIDDO, we wholeheartedly embrace all those who share our desire to develop and nurture a love of physical activity from an early age. If you are a coach, health professional or student who wants to develop the physical literacy of your kids you have come to the right place. We have a range of activities, skills and challenges to improve their move!
Be a Leader in Physical Literacy and receive access to all of KIDDO's world-leading online training and resources PLUS access to the KIDDO Challenge - our incredible Fundamental Movement Skill assessment tool that allows you to easily assess, track and report on your children’s progress.
I have just completed my Physical Literacy Certificate as a KIDDO champion for Geographe Primary in Busselton. It was a great course, thank-you! As the Junior PE specialist I am so excited to implement the program and assist our ECE educators to do with their Kindergarten and Pre-Primary students.
Junior Specialist PE teacher, Geographe Primary School
Last night and this morning I have completed the Certificate of Physical Literacy and am super excited to start discussions with other staff at Harmony about how we can increase physical literacy in our school and community and come up with a plan. It has really motivated me, to motivate the kids at school but also to create a healthy lifestyle for my family!
Year 1 teacher, Harmony Primary School
I am loving using the assessment tool, and the report that is generated is an amazing tool to engage parents.
PE teacher, Manjimup Primary School
Research Thursday: How do FMS develop as children age and between genders?