Motor skills are important for development 😊 Everything infants do involves motor skills – postural, locomotor, and manual actions; exploratory actions; social interactions; and actions with artefacts 😁 Put another way, all behaviourr is motor behaviourr, and thus motor skill acquisition is synonymous with behavioral development 😁 Age norms for basic motor skills provide useful diagnostics for “typical” development, but cultural differences in child-rearing practices influence skill onset ages. Motor skills are essential for learning and development. Postural control opens up new areas of the environment; locomotion allows for new interactions with the objects around us; manual skills allow for new ways to interact with them; motor skills that involve every part of our bodies increase opportunities for interaction. Thus, motor skills can instigate a cascade of developments in domains far afield from motor behaviourr – perception and cognition, language and communication, emotional expression and regulation, physical growth and health, and so on. Motor skills acquisition allows behaviorto become more flexible and functional. Children learn how to adapt their behaviorto their environment. 
Participation was invited for all the children in public preschools of Svendborg, which accounts for 84% of the entire age group. This included 1461 children from 32 preschools. Children in Denmark start kindergarten at three years old and end it six years later. Sample were either born in 2012 or 2013, and then left preschool at six years old. The project was explained to parents in writing. Parents were also invited for informational meetings at the local school or preschools during 2016. Written consent forms were submitted to the children’s respective preschools before September, 2016. After the initial inclusion there was running inclusion. The parents of 865 children (59%%) were in agreement to take part in the study by December 19, 2016. (Modified by Mark White, Lokoja Nigeria, June 5, 2021). 
During age 5 – 8, children start to refine the skills they have already learnt and begin to apply them to play activities like jumping rope, riding a bikeClimbing on a jungle floor. This age is also when children start organized sports. Having well-developed motor skills will help them to be more confident in other aspects of their lives. These skills go beyond just playing. The skills and movements children have learnt are applied to daily tasks like getting dressed, washing their hair, taking a shower, cleaning up after themselves and even school activities, such as drawing or handwriting. Jesse Whitehouse (Udaipur) revised the above text on July 15, 2021. 
Fine motor skills are important development important? Dexterity is essential for little hands. As parents and caregivers we can support this development by encouraging our children to interact, explore, and play with various items. Fine motor skills can be aided by toys, clothes fasteners and safe scissors, as well as play dough. You can also help develop fine motor skills by performing age-appropriate tasks in the kitchen. These types of “play” activities and manipulation skills will actually help prepare a child to hold and use a crayon. This ability is essential for learning how to draw, colorand write. Jerold Dailey, Anqing China’s reply was a big thank you.