Kinesthetic Plays A Role In Child Brain Development

Nerve specialist stated that the development of kinesthetic in a child could affect brain development. Children, who reach the maximum capacity of motoric movement, will affect the further development of the brain, including cognitive.

Children who reach the maximum motoric skills can be seen from balance, because basically the motoric skills develop first. That’s why the first child will learn to tilt, and then learn the prone, sit, crawl, stand, jumping, and running

Further expert explained that children who have good kinesthetic abilities will have a good sense of confidence, not only because it has good posture but also have good cognitive power. That’s because brain development goes as it should, and well developed.

Motor stimulation in children can be trained from infancy, starting with swinging baby in a sling. Swing on the body would stimulate their brain which will automatically increase the child’s cognitive power. Don’t only swing, but sung. This would be a good start to kinesthetic exercises.

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