Webinar: Integrating Gross Motor Skills in the Classroom

Gross motor skills are fundamental to childhood development as they underpin functional activities, play and social interactions. Therefore, any difficulties with these specific motor skills can have impacts across a range of areas in the classroom. This webinar will explore motor skill development and recommend specific strategies to support development of gross motor skills in the classroom.

The key learning objectives in this webinar include:

  • What are motor skills?
  • Typical motor skill development in early childhood and what motor skills challenges commonly look like in the classroom
  • Strategies to support students with development of basic gross motor skills in the classroom
  • Link between gross motor development and Developmental Language Disorder

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