Through movements, such as rolling, crawling, sitting, standing and walking a child learns to control his body. By repetitive movement, physical skills become automatic and brain capacity grows. These movements are a precursor to motor skills.
In the case of complex motions, such as hopping, cooperation is required of different movements. It is important that there is a good and solid foundation.
We experience the world around us through the senses. The world gets meaning and it creates a sense of familiarity for children.
Children only develop when they feel safe. First, parents offer safety but as the child gains independence, he must develop self-confidence. If you know the world around you and you understand it confidence grows naturally.
Children must experience many different sensations through touch, taste, seeing and hearing. Language also gets meaning from experience through all the senses, not just by looking.
-can hear but not listen
-poor at math
-behind in reading comprehension
-poor fine motor skills
-not yet independent