For ELCs

KinderGym on the Move is a fun and engaging multi-movement program that comes to you.

We come to you with KinderGym on the Move

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Book a KinderGym incursion to provide children at your centre with a fun and engaging fundamental movement program, helping to develop children’s motor skills, coordination, and confidence.

Our qualified KinderGym Leaders come to you, delivering tailored multi-movement programs with lesson plans that align with the Australian Sports Commission Physical Literacy Guidelines.

KinderGym on the Move is suitable for childcare centres, early learning centres and kindergartens.

What you get when you book KinderGym on the Move

We come to you

We bring all the KinderGym equipment to you, providing children with a wide range of activities and experiences.

Qualified Leaders

Sessions are led by qualified, Gymnastics Australia accredited Leaders, who are highly skilled at tailoring activities to assist in the development of all children.

Links to Early Years Framework

KinderGym sessions are mapped against the Early Years Learning Framework – Outcomes: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 | 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 | 3.1, 3.2 | 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4 | 5.1, 5.2, 5.4

Skill focused

Fundamental movement skills / gross and fine motor skills / problem solving / body & spatial awareness / object management / coordination and motor rhythm activities.

Proven experience

KinderGym has delivered fun, interactive, movement-based learning experiences for children for over 40 years.


KinderGym promotes physical development in a fun way. Children also practice and develop their language and social skills, and it’s a safe way to learn positive behaviour and movement.

Let us bring the KinderGym fun to you



Guardian Childcare & Education- Export Park

Why did your centre book KinderGym on the Move?

For many of our families, being able to access additional programs outside of childcare and home life can prove tricky. So being able to offer this to our Export Park community helped our little people have exposure to incredible physical development opportunities, a way to become confident and build their self-esteem and participate in fun, exciting activities as members of their groups and individuals, was all a win win for us. 

What was your experience with KinderGym on the Move?

The program provided the setup and equipment, which was different every week, supported by Karina from Gymnastics SA, who delivered the session and watched our little people grow and get excited about making healthy fun choices for themselves! Will be re-engaging with KinderGym on the Move in the near future to continue with this brilliant program!

Nazareth Early Childhood Centre – Findon

Why did your centre book KinderGym on the Move?

For our 3-5 year old children to have an amazing experience.

What was your experience with KinderGym on the Move?

Children thoroughly enjoyed this experience and were able to explore a range of activities and learn new skills. The KinderGym on the Move staff were lovely and very professional.

Echidna rolling

Steps to book KinderGym

Let us bring the fun of KinderGym to you! Booking a KinderGym on the Move program session is a simple 3-step process which is outlined below.

Step 1

Get in touch to express your interest and find out more

Step 2

Our KinderGym leaders will tailor a program perfectly suited to your centre’s needs

Step 3

We’ll help you prepare for the day with all the information you need to host a KinderGym on the Move program.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Got a question? We’re here to help! If you don’t see the answer to your question here, drop us a line on our contact page.

Our KinderGym Leader will introduce the session with a welcome, a warmup and the theme/skill focus of that week. A circuit of equipment and activities relevant to our skill development will allow the children to explore movement alongside the KinderGym Leader and educators. The cooldown fun includes the parachute, rhymes and breathing to finish the session on a good note.

Clothes that are best suited to movement include leggings, shorts or track pants. Skirts or dresses can inhibit movement and get tangled in the equipment. Bare feet are best at KinderGym. Sensory receptors in the feet send messages to the brain developing motor response.

It’s good for little feet! Barefoot play develops the muscles and ligaments of the foot and allows children to feel what they touch, which improves balance and coordination.

  • Fostering positive movement experiences that can influence children’s outlook on physical activity for life.
  • Providing an environment where the child can creatively explore and practice skills safely, increasing confidence and self-esteem.
  • Allowing children to develop the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional skills to create a foundation for an active life.

The Gymnastics SA website has an abundance of information about GymSports in SA, including the Olympic disciplines of men’s and women’s artistic, rhythmic and trampoline gymnastics, aerobic gymnastics, and Gymnastics for All.