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The most important task in developing early childhood mobility is to develop the right kind of mobility. Parenting moves also help to improve the quality of social relationships.
From status to safetyGrowth slows down to infancy and reaches a relatively steady rate until adolescence. After learning how to move safely, your ability to move quickly develops. The new movement tasks that appear will complete the movement plans you have learned so far. Physical activity, the influence of the shape of the environment, has a positive influence on the movement development. they are constantly evolving. Significant improvement in co-ordination of the different shapes (single-handed top, two-handed lower and two-handed upper) is achieved. The practice of rolling, rolling, tumbling, hunching, and carrying also greatly contributes to the fine-tuning and organization of movements. One of the "engines" of toddler movement development is play. Children one and two years old are thrown around, home, pushing objects, jumping for no other purpose. These functional motions undoubtedly mean that the sensation of movement within the movement is restored and re-established. frequent repetition again, the "grinding" of the movements improves the success of the execution. Functional aids allow the toddler to perform versatile exercise that affects the central nervous system and the area responsible for coordinating movements, the cerebellum. Exercise is also important because the major sensory stimuli at this age do not come from the visual field but from the muscles. Thus, kinesthetic information plays a leading role in early childhood movement learning.