Kinder in Bewegung: Fokussierte Bewegungserfahrungen und -praktiken vier- bis sechsjähriger Kinder in Kindertageseinrichtungen
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Movement is a fundamental phenomenon of human life, which is considered to be extraordinarily important for the development and health of children. The promotion of physical activity in early childhood is also strongly linked to the aspect of health promotion. However, hardly any research has been done into the question of which movement experiences and practices are associated with a particularly intensive quality of experience from the children's own point of view. Based on a sociological movement concept and a praxeological research approach, video sequences were analysed using the Documentary Method for this article. The videographies focus on the free social movement practice of children, which is neither initiated nor pedagogically accompanied by adults. It has been reconstructed that for children those spaces of experience for movement are in a positive horizon in which they can immerse themselves jointly in spontaneous, actionist movement activities, dedicate themselves to cope with ‘serious’ tasks and challenges and test out risks. Children are focused on experiencing and exploring spaces with the whole body using a variety of movement modalities. Keywords: sociological movement concept, children’s perspectives, praxeological childhood research
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