This video lesson is designed for 3-6 years old children. It guides how to improve gross motor skills and boost their creativity.
What are Gross motor skills?
Gross motor skills involve whole-body movements.
It is the coordination of the muscles and the neurological system which impact balance and coordination of the body.
With the help of physical activities, children become more happy, healthy and positive. It also helps with cognitive development and increases a child’s sharpness and productivity.
Learning movements in Montessori education is purpose-driven, development stage appropriate, and natural. In Montessori education, movements are the basics and core to the development of a child’s personality.
Watch the video to learn more about the importance of movements for 3-6-year-old children as they work, play, and learn. Enhance their gross motor skills with the associated activities given at the end of the video.
Note: 3 P’s of activities (Practice, Perfect, and Perform) helps children learn new skills and develop new hobbies.
For more practical life resources, visit: https://theglobalmontessorinetwork.org/practical-lessons/.
Video created by Aishwarya | I teach I learn
Primary | Movement | Gross Motor (English)
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