Catching skills and developing coordination

The preschool years are crucial for a child’s gross and fine motor skills development. The American Academy of Pediatrics asserts that most children can catch...

My child’s throwing skills and her motor development

As the American Academy of Pediatrics states, at around 48 months of age, preschool children are developing the gross motor control needed to throw a...

Tips to develop writing skills and work towards school readiness

To learn how to write, a child has to develop his fine and gross motor skills in a consistent and predictable pattern through infancy and...

How children use their gestures to better understand and represent things

Children around 3 and 4 years of age still have a very limited vocabulary, so their explanations and other cognitive features can’t be really understood...

Developing the skills that will prepare my child for school

According to a 2001 research paper published on the journal Early Childhood Research in Practice, there are many factors beyond a child’s age that are...

Your daughter is coloring her way into great motor skills

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the CDC, between the age of 36 and 48 months, most children can use play-dough to make...
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