Essentials for Keeping Infinity Walk Fun

Infinity Walk Topics
For Preschool Instructors

Keeping Infinity Walk Fun
Preserving Love of Infinity Walking
Small Groups and Special Pairs
Preschool Classroom
Infant & Toddler Stroller Riding

The following suggestions have proven to keep Infinity Walking a fun and enjoyable experience for children.

  • Play short games with lots of quick turn taking to keep the interest up for the entire group.

  •  Never force a child to take a turn; let the other children create an excitement and desire.

  •  Shy children may like an initial one-on-one game practice with adult attention and praise.

  •  Individualize each child’s Infinity Walking challenges so they learn to anticipate success.

  •  If a child is not successful in an Infinity Walking task, give a second easier task before ending their turn.

  •  Never refer to the Infinity Walk game as schoolwork, homework, or a needed exercise.

  •  Maintain the same facilitating enthusiasm as you would when encouraging any play activity.

  •  Never use words that could suggest that a child needs to Infinity Walk for any reason.

  •  Always stop the game before the group starts to lose attention; less will result in more.

  •  End the game with every child having a success and wanting to play again soon.

  •  Progress each child’s game with “just-right” challenges that they can feel good about.



Preserving a Child’s Love of Infinity
Walking for their K-12 Learning Years




To learn more about introducing Infinity Walk to preschoolers, the companion video to the 2002 text, The Complete Infinity Walk: BOOK I The Physical Self is recommended

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