Now that you’re a new mom it’s time to start thinking about your child’s physical literacy.
Considering the fact your child can’t even roll over on her own yet, it might seem a bit soon for physical literacy. But the simple motor coordination skills that she learns now – particularly during tummy time – will help her throughout her life.
And physical activity promotes brain networking and sensory awareness, so helping your child develop physical literacy is an important step in developing cognitive and intellectual skills.
Being physically literate is a lifelong journey. And it begins at birth.
For more on how you can help your infant become physically literate, check out the following articles from our experts. We’ll update this list every time a relevant article is published.