Gross Motor Development 2-3 years

Gross Motor Development 2-3 years 960 640 Lifesteps

Enjoy the great outdoors by letting your toddler walk, climb, run, jump, slide, swing, and play ball. Physical activity helps to develop gross motor skills, self-control, and independence.

  • Play Follow the Leader with your little one. Hop, stand on one foot, or tip toe around your yard. Be silly and have fun!
  • It’s time for soccer! A large box will become your goal. Take turns kicking the ball into the goal.
  • A perfect way to spend the day is swinging, sliding, balancing on a low beam, climbing out of a sand pit, and playing on other playground equipment.

These games and activities will help your child’s muscles grow strong!

Lifesteps Child Check Program provides FREE Developmental & Autism Screenings for children birth to 5 years. A screening is a brief assessment using games and activities to determine a child’s current level of development. If you have concerns your child is not meeting developmental milestones, contact Child Check today to schedule a FREE Screening.