Ready-to-use Fundamental Motor Skills & Movement Activities for Young Children: Teaching, Assessment & Remediation
Center for Applied Research in Education, Jan 1, 1999 - Education - 271 pages
Each volume contains hundreds of age-appropriate activities to build young children's competence and confidence as they develop and improve their motor skills abilities. The series is especially recommended for children ages 5 and up who have coordination and movement difficulties.
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SPATIAL AWARENESS 56
STATIC BALANCE 56
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achieve this position achieved/developed activities age-appropriate instruction Allow child Ask child Assessment Tips backswing balloon beanbag bend body bounce the ball catching the ball change poor movement child focus child kick child move child practice child stand Constant verbal Coordination Correct Common Faults correct the component elbows Ensure that child Eyes are focused Eyes focused eyes looking feet follow-through forefoot forward front of child ground hips holding the ball Imagery Individual Criteria Example instep jump kicking foot kicking leg knee lift knees landing markers masking tape motor learning Motor Skills non-kicking foot oncoming ball opposite Outcome/Appearance partner Poor balance poor movement components Practical demonstration accompanied PUNT KICKING racquet Repeat roll shoulder side side-on simple and age-appropriate skip slide-step slightly slowly step straight Stress balls strike the ball swing Tag Game target Teachable Points teaching children experiencing Tell child throw toes Verbally remind child Weight transference Western Australia