Child Gross Motor Development By: Naimah Simpson and Nate Raisner

The average child starts developing their gross motor skills around 4 years old.

Most children like to play outside, especially with their parents or siblings. Parents can encourage them to do so.

Children need proper nutrition to be active. The right food helps sustain and support exercise demands.

Most preschool aged children can: crawl, walk, jump, run, and climb.

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