By: Integrated Learning Strategies
Strengthening Coordination Skills Coordination usually means a child can use both their arms and legs in an effective way. Sometimes, the arms and legs work together, while other times they are required to work independently. Kids who struggle with coordination issues may: – Run into furniture – Have trouble walking down stairs – Can’t tie their shoes or put on clothes
Use the Valentine's coordination slide deck to determine if there are any breakdowns or delays in a child's coordination. The slide deck can be uploaded to your Google slides and used in virtual settings or during in-person sessions. No other materials are needed, except maybe a heart cutout, which is optional.
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