PT Corner: Christmas Gross Motor Game
[Source: Pre K Pages]
by JDaniel4’s Mom
Sometimes you just have to get up and move. These gross motor Christmas cards will inspire your children to do just that. They feature a wide variety of Christmas themed actions your kids will love.
Movement is a key way to help children develop–physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially. Moving activities help build muscles and develop skills in using those muscles. Kids can practice different physical skills by moving in different ways. They begin to gain more control over their bodies. They understand the space around them and their place in it. They develop concepts of over, under, beside, behind, and so forth. They gain a greater sense of well-being. And they have fun with their friends.
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