Physical

As your child’s body becomes sleeker and less top heavy, his center of gravity shifts downward. As a result, balance improves, paving the way for new motor skills involving large muscles of the body. When your child becomes steadier on his feet, his arms and body are freed to experiment with new skills: throwing and catching balls, steering tricycles, and swinging on horizontal bars and rings.

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Physical

Physical Components

Gross Motor Skills
Gross Motor Skills

Gross motor skills are skills that involve different body parts such as your child’s feet, legs, head, and arms.

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Fine Motor Skills
Fine Motor Skills

Fine motor development is defined as the development of smaller muscle movement that involves using the hands and fingers to carry out detailed tasks.

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Sensory Motor Skills
Sensory Motor Skills

Sensory motor skills involve getting stimuli from the environment through the senses, which are processed by the brain; the brain then sends the required information for action to the appropriate body part.

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