Motor skill development (also referred to as physical development) is an important part of early childhood development. Large motor skills include learning how to control those bigger muscles in a child’s body which allows young children to master such actions as walking, running, throwing, jumping, and walking across a balance beam. Fine motor skills includes the development of those small muscles in a child’s body such as those in the hands and wrists. Fine motor development and eye-hand coordination are the foundations for mastering such skills as writing, gluing, painting, cutting, sewing, and weaving.
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