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Book Review: Your Child’s Motor Development Story from Birth to their First Sport

[Source:  Special Needs Book Review]
High fives to Jill Howlett Mays, OTR/L, Her first book, published in October 2011, is exactly the advice needed by parents, caretakers, and educators working with infants to children aged ten. Most importantly the advice and easy-to-do, enjoyable motor development activities explained in Your Child’s Motor Development Story: Understanding and Enhancing Development from Birth to Their First Sport are exactly what that age group of children needs. Ms. Mays’ parenting advice on their child’s motor development will help their children in various ways. They will be calmer, happier, and confident. This feeling of well being will show itself at home, in preschool, on the playground, and at school in the classroom and gym. Jill H. Mays guides you through each developmental stage of your child. She focuses on the appropriate forms of play that are most beneficial to your youngster’s sensori-motor development.
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