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Summer Outdoor Activities That Build Gross Motor Skills

Fine motor skills relate to hand-eye coordination and control over small muscles, but gross motor skills cover a much broader set of skills. Kids need to
develop strong gross motor skills to control their head, torso, arms, and legs. Without gross motor skills, your kids may be unable to walk, run, and balance well. There are lots of ways to work on these skills, including activities that are ideal for kids with ADHD, autism, and other behavioral issues. Read on to find out how to work on gross motor skills this summer.

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