Motor Development

Motor Development - Motor Development I observed 3 year old...

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Motor Development I observed 3 year old Emily. She is very active and she is in preschool with 4to 5 years old. Beside her body which is smaller than other kids, she looks as mature as 4 years old. I asked her teacher she said she is as smart and active than others. Your 36-month-old toddler’s gross motor development is in full swing, as he now finds running, jumping and even standing on one foot to be second nature. Toddlers are usually very active physically. By the age of two years, children have begun to develop a variety of gross motor skills. They can run fairly well and negotiate stairs holding on to a banister with one hand and putting both feet on each step before going on to the next one. Most infants this age climb (some very actively) and have rudimentary ability to kick and throw a ball. By the age of three, children walk with good posture and without watching their feet. They can also walk backwards and run with enough control for sudden stops or changes of direction. They can hop, stand on one foot, and
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