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Gross motor skills include activities such as running, whereas fine motor skills include activities such as:
Cutting with scissors
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Which of the following is not a characteristic of physical development in early childhood? -Handedness appears. -Appetite diminishes. -Abstract thinking emerges. -Fine and gross motor skills improve.
Abstract thinking emerges
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Girls in early childhood generally perform better than boys in some gross motor skills. Which of the following is one of those skills?
Give examples to describe how an infant’s gross motor skills develop over the first year.
Infants first control their heads, letting them up to look around. Then they control their upper bodies, their arms, and finally their legs and feet. Sitting. By 5 months they use their arms and then legs to inch forward or backward on their bellies. By 8-10 months they are crawling on their hands and knees .
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Gross motor skills such as riding a tricycle are acquired:
through brain maturation and practice.
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Gross motor skills such a riding a tricycle are acquired:
through a combination of brain maturation and practice.
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In a comparison of boys and girls on motor skills, __________ tend to perform better on gross motor skills and __________ tend to perform better on fine motor skills.
According to sociocultural theory, children learn gross motor skills best from: