Child Motor Development Ebook
Too many children are starting school unable to crawl (with correct technique), hop, walk backwards and clap to a basic rhythm.
Children’s delayed motor development is impacting their reading.
Find out how crawling and reading are linked.
What covered in this book?
- What does motor development mean?
- How do children learn to crawl, walk, jump, write, and what you can do to help them?
- How can I create lesson plans for children aged 18 months to 6 years?
- How can I assess improvement in an early learning or childhood education setting?
Give children the best start with their development by reading this book.
My 5 year old twin boy (3 years old at the time of the book) is featured throughout this ebook as well as his twin sister.
I used my son as an example throughout this book as my son has experienced developmental delay in the areas of gross motor control (walking, jumping, hopping, skipping) as well as core control and he had one of his reflexes still present when I started creating this e-book.
This 29 page e-book teaches you specifically about:
- what is motor control,
- what are the motor development milestones for children
- how do children learn new motor skills
- how do children learn to throw a ball, hop, jump, etc
- what are infantile reflexes and why are they important,
- how can you help to improve child motor skill development
- what movement strategies and activities can you do each day to help children develop and grow
With children starting school 2 years behind developmentally, this is a must read for every teacher and parent.
I have set out this ebook in a manner that is easy to understand, easy to follow, and easy to achieve.
If you can take anything away from this e-book, it is the importance for kids to reach milestones such as rolling, crawling, balancing, and coordinating their arms and legs to be able to develop school related skills such as reading and writing.
After reading this book you will understand why it is so important to play, move and exercise.
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