This is a compilation of fun outdoor play and activities with my almost four year old daughter. The need to move is so strong for ages two to six years. As a parent, we explore local parks and playgrounds in our area and choose the structures suitable for her age. Knowingly, there are different types of play structures that suits the children’s age and ability to move. I love to see how parks nowadays can cater to kids with mobility issues. But do you know that parks and playgrounds aren’t the only place to boost your child’s gross motor ability? You can do it right in your home. Yes, we do that mostly everyday, and you can do that too. Check out below photos of her gross motor activities outdoor and indoor that your kids will surely enjoy too!
STEP AND BALANCE
This balancing stepping stones is phenomenal!
BASIC YOGA FOR KIDS
We do basic yoga for kids at home.
This is her warm up exercise after doing puzzle work.
Doing a snow-angel at our living room.
Let them climb the tree it strengthen their core.
HAND PEDAL EXERCISES
This hand pedal is one of her favorite.
This promotes concentration and balance.
Hopscotch is an all time favorite!
She love to feel dizzy with this rotating plate.
Who knows your kid might be the next Spider-Man hero!
How do you plan gross motor activities for your child?