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Motor skill of children and large and small muscles | my baby

Motor skill of children and large and small muscles | my baby

The motor skill of children and large and small muscles

The motor skill of large muscles

Motor skill of children and large and small muscles | my baby

Targeted skills require the consistency of many parts of the body to produce movements using the large muscles of the child. One example of this is love. When newborn babies are placed on their stomachs, they move their hands and feet as they swim. But babies gain strong muscles, which helps them jiggle, trying to move forward by pressing their forearms, shoulders, and upper members 

against the surface, they are on. At five months, children usually use their hands and feet trying to advance forward crawling with the use of their stomachs. These are considered motor skills using the large muscle. In the fifth or eighth month, most of the children crawl using their four limbs (through the kinematic coordination between the arms and knees with the need for balance). After that, love 

occurs as a result of the experiences approved for the above. Noting that ordinary children may not pass through this stage due to many reasons, including the coldness or heat of the earth’s surface, if the children spend most of their time sleeping on their stomachs. It is not true that children must love to develop naturally because every child can explore the path of what helps him walk.

Sitting of the child develops gradually with age, the muscular development of the child helps him to stabilize the upper half of the body. At the age of three months, the children's muscles are more efficient to sit with the help of the incubator, especially when the incubator is using the hand. At the age of six months, children can usually sit without help.

Children's walking is progressive from involuntary movements, hesitant movements, steps supported by adults, and finally coordinated steps. There are three elements that allow children to start walking: muscle strength, the maturity of the brain with locomotive bark, and training. Noting that when children 

start walking through the first of the two components above, children are more interested in walking and want to train for long hours, as well as walking on different surfaces using shoes or barefoot. And children hate at this stage to be put in baby carriages.

Motor skills of small muscles

Motor skill of children and large and small muscles | my baby

The motor skills in which small muscles are used are known as the motor skills of small muscles such as writing, drawing, printing, and fastening shoes. Add to that mouth, lips, jaw, and toe movements. Oral skills precede the skills of fingers by several months, and the skill of musk in the feet precedes 

the skill of holding hands. But the foals of the hands are considered essential for humans, so we notice that the child is training in them. When the first and second months of the child, he is trying to get to things. At the third month, children grab hold of things, but they cannot reach and grab objects 

until they are placed in their hands because of the limited visual-muscular compatibility.
And at the fourth month, children can catch things, but the timing is not appropriate because they hold things very early or too late. And at the sixth month, when things are directed and focused on, 

most children can reach and hold things and continue to do so when those things are appropriate in size for them. Noting that some of them can transfer things from one hand to another.
At the end of the first year and during the second year, the motor skills that require the use of the 

fingers have evolved. The child can use the fingers as a pinch (use thumbs and other fingers to pick up small things) and also use them to feed himself (using the hand, then the fingers, and later using pots). And in the second year of life, the musk skill becomes more optional, because the child at this 

the stage does not withdraw the father’s glasses or the mother’s hair.
Perceptual development best way to know developments at this point is to view Piaget's epistemological development stages.

The sense phase of movement: Piaget realized that babies are smart, active to learn, adapt to experiences, and adapt to reality, which Piaget considered as the basis of genius. Therefore, Piaget divided cognitive development at this stage into four parts. The first section starts from birth until the

 age of two, which is what he called "kinesthetic intelligence." The reason Piaget named this stage is that because children learn through their senses and motor skills


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