Tag: Physical

Child development stages: 12 to 24 months

Just when you’ve gotten the hang of parenting a baby, your little one turns into a toddler and you’re faced with new challenges and joys....

How your baby discovers his hands

When babies are born, they are not capable of associating what they see with what they touch. You’ll notice that your baby seems to be...

Proprioception: how my daughter knows how to move her body

When you watch a baby girl try her wobbly first steps, it’s cute how completely uncoordinated she looks. It seems as if she is still...

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...
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