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Preschool activities for fine and gross motor skills

Would you describe Preschool activities that will serve to improve children's gross and fine motor skills? What Preschoolers can and cannot do in the stages of early childhood?

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The physical development process can be stimulated by the child not being left on his own by his babysitters and being confined to the playpen. This will prevent his brain from receiving proper stimulation by forming healthy neural connections. These neural connections are formed early in life and environmental experiences guide the brain's development and shape neural connections. Repeated experience is crucial to forming healthy connections. (Santrock, 2008)
Some suggestions for healthy neural connections are creative play, responsibility, verbal communication, exposure to different activities, and reading to and with the child. The influence of the caregivers are the primary source for healthy stimulation and focused attention to creating a healthy and stable environment will foster a sense of confidence in the child as he masters new skills. Reinforcement is provided by the caregivers and proper discipline and guidance will help the child understand his behaviors. (Santrock, 2008)

Reading to a child will address the cognitive development process and the child's parent's would showing wisdom in reading to their child at an early age. Analyzing milestones such as learning ...

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The physical development process can be stimulated by the child not being left on his own by his babysitters and being confined to the playpen. This will prevent his brain from receiving proper stimulation by forming healthy neural connections. These neural connections are formed early in life and environmental experiences guide the brain's development and shape neural connections. Repeated experience is crucial to forming healthy connections. (Santrock, 2008)
Some suggestions for healthy neural connections are creative play, responsibility, verbal communication, exposure to different activities, and reading to and with the child. The influence of the caregivers are the primary source for healthy stimulation and focused attention to creating a healthy and stable environment will foster a sense of confidence in the child as he masters new skills. Reinforcement is provided by the caregivers and proper discipline and guidance will help the child understand his behaviors (Santrock, 2008).

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