Body awareness and motor ability
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Body awareness and motor ability

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Body image,
  • Motor ability in children

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Edition Notes

Statementby Susan C. Martin.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationx, 98 leaves
Number of Pages98
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13552692M
OCLC/WorldCa3353416

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  As kids get older, body awareness allows them to complete complex motor skills like jumping jacks, carrying a heavy backpack through crowded hallways, or competing in organized sports.  At this point, body awareness has developed into an ability to . This internal body awareness relies on receptors in your joints, muscles, ligaments, and connective tissue. They pick up information as muscles bend and stretch as well as when your body is still. The joints, muscles, and connective tissue in your buttocks, hips, and legs are compressed (pushed together) as you sit and read this. Make yourself remember details about motor skills and movement activities for PE with this chapter. Each lesson helps you review key topics about body awareness, motor skills, and other concepts. Both of these situations happen on an every day basis. For the child with proprioception difficulties, the ability to be aware of their body in space and plan out motor actions is very much a struggle. These kids might appear fidgety, unsure, overwhelmed, clumsy, awkward, uncoordinated, or lazy. Body awareness is related to visual spatial relations.

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