Gross Motor Skills Activities
Repurpose old tires to create indoor or outdoor small world areas, play areas, or places for exploration in your early childhood settings.
Cover tires with fabric or burlap to create small world play areas. We like the idea to use round plastic buckets or bowls for the inside.
Make a corner of your room into an ice rink and let children practice skating movements. Read the awesome teacher tips for ideas that will keep everyone busy while they wait for their turns.
Focus Skill: Gross motor and movement
Young children learn by imagining and doing. Imaginative play is an important component to the normal development of a child. The process of pretending builds skills in many essential developmental areas. When children engage in pretend (or dramatic) play, they learn through cooperative play to take turns and to problem solve in creative ways.
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