Gross Motor : Therapy Procedures
Author: Ken Lane, OD
Grade: K, 1, 2, 3
This workbook contains activities to help children gain better control over the movements of their large muscle groups: known as gross motor skills. Children must devleop their gross motor shills before they can develop their fine motor skills. Fine motor skills include eye-hand coordination and the ability to move one’s eyes quickly across a line of print. Consequently, improving a child’s gross motor skills is a strong step toward improving his or her fine motor skills, which will enable the child to improve his or her reading ability. This workbook contains important activities for gross motor development.
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