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Gross Motor Toys  improve strength and encourage development of balance, coordination and developmental skills using the large muscles of the body.
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Gross Motor skills usually involve the whole body and use the large muscle groups of the body.  Activities like rolling, crawling, sitting, walking, running, kicking, stair climbing, throwing, jumping, hopping, galloping and skipping are examples of Gross Motor Skills.  These can be facilitated or encouraged by using Gross Motor Toys appropriate to a child's age.  Visit our Blog Page to see an article about basic Child Development.