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Gross Motor Development

Gross motor development

Gross motor skills require the whole body to move.  These skills are required to perform everyday tasks such as standing, waling running and sitting upright.  Large muscles of the body are involved to perform gross motor activities.  Eye-hand coordination also forms part of gross motor development and involves activities such as throwing, catching and kicking a ball.

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Activity Boxes

Each box is made up with age appropriate activities.  Each age group has its own milestones that need to be met and therefore each age box is carefully developed and adapted to address these milestones.

Each month is based on a particular theme with activities selected around that theme e.g. ‘On the farm’ and ‘Under the sea’.

MonkeyTivity activities tap into the following domains:

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