Task Oriented Movement Training for Toddlers and Pre-school Children
Everyday experience provides typically developing 4-year-old children with the experience needed to build on the fundamental movement abilities that they acquired in the first three years.
Children with movement difficulties (joint hypermobility, low muscle tone, autism, developmental coordination disorder and an highly sensitive temperament) often need extra training to achieve the same level of skill.
The TOMT for Pre-school Children Handbook provides parents and teachers with the information they need to help children with movement difficulties to master the tasks needed for full participating in home, classroom and playground activities.
A good place to start
What 4-year-old children learn to do by the age of 5
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Training activities for pre-school children
Jumping activities for fitness, strength and coordination
Leg strength, agility and balance activities
Ball skills; throwing, catching and kicking
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