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Activities to help your child learn many kinds of movement

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To help your child learn many kinds of movement

When your child can walk easily and is steady on his feet, let him move around in open places where he will not bump into things. When he feels sure of himself, he can learn all the different movements of a child his age:

children rolling a tire.
2 children playing tug of war.
pushing pulling
a child going down a slide.
sliding
3 children crawling on a log.
balancing
a child swinging in a tire which is hanging from a tree.
swinging
a child swinging in a tire which is hanging from a tree.
climbing
a child dancing while a man plays a drum.
dancing
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