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Physical Development Of Preschoolers
Growth Patterns height and weight development of the brain
Motor Development Nervous system matures / new skills and coordination Learn by self teaching, observing, and opportunities
Physical Activity 25 hours large motor a week Sit longer periods of time Rough and tumble
Individual Differences in Activity Level Role models Sharing activities with family Support childs involvement in physical activity Genetic Influence Gender differences in motor development
Fine Motor – Childrens Drawings Fine motor lags behind gross motor Childrens Drawings – Rhoda Kellogg – Placement – Shape – Design – Pictorial
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