Building Gross Motor Skills for Infants, Toddlers, Preschool, and School Age
Your students need time and space every day to develop their gross motor skills. Aside from physical benefits, exercise is great for social-emotional health! It's important to have a wide variety of materials and equipment that will meet differing needs and abilities. Think about gross motor skills that can be developed indoors and outdoors, using stationary or portable equipment. When the weather’s inclement, be ready with Plan B - items such as jump ropes, movement CD's, tumbling mats, etc. We offer activity-based picture books and picture cards that are a great way to keep your preschoolers moving indoors. Browse our gross motor development activities below!