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Moving to music, dancing, swaying, running, and jumping help young children feel rhythm and begin to understand how their bodies work. Such movements also help them gain muscle control and improve balance. All of this contributes to a child's gross motor development.

You can try singing this song at home to help promote your child's gross motor development.Ring around the rosy,
A pocket full of posies:
"A-tishoo! A-tishoo!"
We all fall down!The king has sent his daughter
To fetch a pail of water.
"A-tishoo! A-tishoo!"
We all stand up!
(The second verse is sung while on the ground, then stand up)

This tip helps support cognitive development and physical health.

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