Physical

By the beginning of her third year, your child is becoming very active and agile. You see your child spend a lot of time getting to know her body and how to control it. In accordance with how three year olds develop, parents will see that their children will gain about four to five pounds, grow at a rate of two to three inches, and reach about half of their adult height during the third year. Because of these advancements, your child will discover just how much her fine motor and gross motor skills have improved.

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Physical

Physical Components

Gross Motor
Gross Motor

Gross motor skills are skills that involve moving different body parts such as feet, legs, head, and arms.

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Fine Motor Skills
Fine Motor Skills

Fine motor skills refer to the movements we make with the small muscles of the hands, wrist, and fingers.

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Sensory Motor Skills
Sensory Motor Skills

Sensory motor skills involve the ability to use fine motor skills or gross motor skills through the senses of touch, smell, taste, sight, and hearing.

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