Kids physically develop at slightly different rates. There are, however, milestones to watch for at certain ages. Keeping track of your child’s progress in physical coordination at different ages can help reveal potential issues.

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Need to practise blending in a fun, physical way? Try 'Bouncy Blending'! Lay out how ever many hoops you need for the number if sounds. Put one sound next to each hoop in order. Then ask a child to bounce into each hoop and shout the sounds. They orally blend the word as they jump out of the last hoop! #eyfs #earlyyears #earlyyearsliteracy #earlyreading #phonicgames #phonics #outside #aceearlyyears

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Infographic showing the 12 Types of Play including Parten 6 Stages of Play [Great info! Kids need some Vitamin PLAY everyday. Thx from Mrs. A at http://123kindergarten.com]

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adolescence , physical: this chart tells us what typically happens (physically) to a boys body when a boy is ages 12 to teen years.

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"Like" this resource for a discountLike this resource? Tell your friends by using the social media icons and a discount will be applied to your purchase at checkout. Share This poster links theorists and theories to the four domains of child development, physical, social, emotional and cognitive. It gives you a clear understanding of the …

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