Skip to content

A Toddler’s Victory & How it Relates to Body Language

A Toddler’s Victory & How it Relates to Body Language

SHARE
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email

Earlier this week I was standing at the bus stop by our school and I observed one of our toddlers.  He ran down the stroller ramp, stopped at the bottom, and threw his arms in the air.  His expression was priceless-a smile spreading from ear to ear. It was evident that he was proud of his accomplishment and was demonstrating the universal body language of “victory.”  His dad was not far behind and when I expressed my joy at witnessing the obvious pleasure, he told me that his son naturally uses the “starfish pose.” “What is that?” The informed dad shared this video with me. Watch it to learn more about our natural body language and how small adjustments can influence our self- confidence.

Keep up with Twin Parks Insights

Enter your email address below to keep updated with Twin Parks Insights and get notifications about new posts.

Welcome to Twin Parks Montessori School! We are open 5 days a week for in-person learning.

close-link

Sign up for our Newsletter

Enter your email address below to keep up with news and updates from Twin Parks Montessori Schools.

Now Enrolling for Fall 2020