This area of learning includes big ideas about fine and gross motor skills.
Fine motor skills require small-muscle strength and control such as copying letters and numbers, using eating utensils, putting together puzzles, manipulating blocks, cutting on straight lines, and closing fasteners such as snaps, buttons, and zippers.
Gross motor skills required coordinated movements to complete more complex tasks such as the ability to hop, skip, jump, gallop, catch or throw a ball, or cross the mid-line.
For activities to help you support your child at home, please contact your child's teacher.
The student demonstrates age-appropriate fine and gross motor skills.