Preschool Physical Development

Julia Cisneros

Walk on a line

Walking on a straight line helps children have perfect equilibrium and help coordinate movements. Also allows them to understand the use of movement concepts while traveling through space.
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Push, Pull, Steer toys

This allows them to engage in long periods of active play and exercise. They help build arm and leg strength.
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Throw and Catch a ball

Helps improve hand-eye coordination and develops muscle strength.
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Ride a Tricycle

Develops good core stability and balance. Well established vestibular and proprioceptive systems.
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Jump forward many times without falling

Help them have a more stable balance and help their leg muscle strength.
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Roll, Pound, Squeeze and Pull Clay

Helps the children learn how to create new things off of their imagination while they explore the texture of the clay.
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