• Iris Windsor

Developing Gross Motor Skills

As children develop, their confidence grows and as their gross motor skills and advanced physical ability develops, they are more comfortable in taking risks when at play.


Risky play builds resilience, persistence, balance, and coordination. They become more aware of their capabilities and their ability to assess and make a judgement about risk grows.


They are also more able to understand the limits of their own bodies and therefore, the consequences of their actions


There is also a certain amount of "Bravado" required if performing tricks before their peers.


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