Physical

You have probably already noticed your child has become more coordinated in his gross motor (large muscle) movements. Not only has he developed a much smoother, heel-to-toe form of walking, but he is also able to maneuver around corners, walk backward, and avoid running into things. This year you will see your child engaging in fine motor movements such as grasping, reaching, releasing, and turning his wrist. He will become interested in building with blocks, turning doorknobs, and turning the pages of a book.

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Physical

Physical Components

Gross Motor
Gross Motor

Gross motor skills are the larger movements your child makes with her arms, legs, feet, or her entire body.

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Fine Motor
Fine Motor

Fine motor skills refer to the small movements of the hands, wrists, fingers, feet, and toes.

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Sensory Motor
Sensory Motor

Sensory motor experiences include activities that combine sight, touch, and hearing with fine and gross motor movements.

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