Gross Motor Skills
Gross Motor Skills develop coordination abd balance by engaging large muscles for walking, climbing, lifting, and more.
Using large muscle groups through play is beneficial for chiuldren of all ages.
Through tummy time, infants learn to hold up their heads and build their core strength. They then move on to crawling, walking, and eventually running! Through active play, children exercise their gross motor skills by using their large muscle groups in their legs, arms, and core. Little ones develop the ability to walk, run, climb, lift, and more—all in the name of play!