Active, Coordinated Movement
Your Child's Movements and Independence
As your child's Active, Coordinated Movement skills have improved, he's been wanting to test them out, running, climbing, lifting, and more. Support his development and independence by creating safe ways for him to test out these movements. Try building an indoor obstacle course of cushions and tunnels, or spend time outside walking, biking, or kicking and throwing a ball. In addition, let him practice climbing on couches and chairs (under your supervision), and let him know which furniture is off limits.
Has your toddler achieved the following Active, Coordinated Movement developmental milestones yet? If yes, check off all the skill(s) he has already mastered to date!