sporting work and child development

  • sporting work and child development

    kesayouth updated 5 months, 2 weeks ago 1 Member · 1 Post
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    Sport readiness means that the child’s motor development matches the requirements of the sport. The acquisition of fundamental motor skills, such as throwing, running and jumping, is an innate process, independent of sex or stage of physical maturity. Each fundamental skill is composed of a series of stages of development that all children go through at different rates. By preschool age, most children have acquired some of these skills but it is not until they reach the age of six years that sufficient combinations of fundamental skills are attained to allow them to begin participating in organized sports.

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