Gross Motor Skill Development In Children – What You Must Know

Mrs. Zarna Doshi breaks down the 4 developments – physical, social, emotional, cognitive development and how parents can work on these skill sets at home.
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Gross motor skill development is one of the 5 skills that need to be worked on a child from the minute he/she is born. Our children are deprived of the outdoors and they are missing out on the basics such as jumping, skipping, running, hopping, etc because of lack of play in the playground and schools.

So how can the parents fill in the gaps at home?

Mrs. Zarna Doshi – the co-founder, joint principal, the curriculum head of The Little Palms School breaks down the 4 developments – physical, social, emotional, cognitive development and how parents can work on these skill sets at home. She also talks to us about how delayed gross motor skills will affect the pincer muscles – which will affect writing, playing a sport, etc.

Click here to get your hands on this actionable interview where Mrs. Zarna Doshi shares tips such as life skills that will help you fill in the gaps at home.

Tell us how you are struggling at home with your child by writing to us at contribute@kidsstoppress.com

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