So your child is all of just 6 years and you are already noticing him standing in front of the mirror gazing at his muscles? Well, nothing to get worried about! It’s just a phase when your child will gear up his gross motor skills after successful development of fine motor skills.
What you need to know
These skills are one of the vital parts of a child’s development and teach him to work or act in a coordinated manner using all his senses. There are multiple ways in which you can help your child in the enhancement of such skills. Organize games and set up various physical activities. During this time, you will see how your child gets into form and skillfully participates.
On the other hand, you can detect what the weak areas are where he may be lagging behind. Be patient with him, and if you find the need to consult a physician, definitely do so. This is important because it is the initial phase where he will learn as taught. So why not help him develop the best of gross motor skills during this time period.