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How to Teach Locomotor Skills to Children.?

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1. Begin by teaching one skill at a time, starting with a basic movement (such as jumping) before moving on to other more difficult skills (such as skipping) Model the chosen action first, using narration to explain what you are doing. Be clear in
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