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What is the difference between fine and gross motor skills?
The difference is Motor skills are motions carried out when the brain, nervous system, and muscles work together. [ Fine motor skills are small movements – such as grabbing something with your thumb and forefinger – that use the small muscles of the fingers, toes, wrists, lips, and tongue. Gross motor skills are the bigger movements – such as running and jumping – that use the large muscles in
the arms, legs, torso, and feet. ]
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What skills are typical for six, seven and eight year olds?
Weegy: SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT being with friends becomes increasingly important interested in rules and rituals girls want to play more with girls; boys with boys may have a best friend and an enemy strong desire to [ perform well, do things right begins to see things from another child's point of view, but still very self-centered finds criticism or failure difficult to handle views things as black and white, right or wrong, wonderful or terrible, with very little middle ground seeks a sense of security in groups, organized play, and clubs generally enjoys caring for and playing with younger children may become upset when behavior or school-work is ignored PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT skilled at using scissors and small tools development of permanent teeth enjoys testing muscle strength and skills good sense of balance can catch small balls can tie shoelaces enjoys copying designs and shapes, letters and numbers can print name long arms and legs may give gawky awkward appearance INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT may reverse printed letters (b/d) enjoys planning and building doubles speaking and listening vocabularies reading may become a major interest increased problem-solving ability interested in magic and tricks longer attention span enjoys creating elaborate collections able to learn difference between left and right can begin to understand time and the days of the week source: nationalnetworkforchildcare ] (More)
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