Physical Skills

Physical Skills 2017-09-12T09:48:45+00:00
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Physical development provides children with the abilities they need to explore and interact with the world around them. A young child’s physical growth first begins as muscles gain strength followed by gradually developing coordination. The development of muscular control is the first step in this process.
As children grow, you can notice dramatic changes in the amount and type of physical activity displayed. Infants spend the first days of life sleeping and eating. However, as they become toddlers, they move from crawling to walking and eventually being more independent and running around. The way children are held and handled, the toys they play with, and their environment all influence their physical skill development.

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Physical Skills

At the age of 1, children make major physical progress, typically moving from crawling to running by about 20 months. In this video, we will share some activities that will help your 1 year old develop his physical skills.

Physical Skills

At the age of 1, children make major physical progress, typically moving from crawling to running by about 20 months. In this video, we will share some activities that will help your 1 year old develop his physical skills.

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