Supporting Motor Development in Infant Toddler Classrooms
Note: Group does NOT mean that a group of people can take the course at the same time. Each person must complete the course independently in his/her own account. “Group” is a way to register someone other than yourself or to purchase more than one of the same course. See note below on registering a staff member.
Registering a Staff Member?
If you are purchasing a course for someone other than yourself, click the group button above. After purchase, Go to the Start My Course tab and choose “Manage Group Registration.” You will find the course you purchased there and can add the staff member’s name and email address to create their account and give them immediate access to the course.
Motor skills sup
port development in all domains because they assist children in exploring their environment and interacting with people and things. Mastering both fine and large motor skills is important for children’s growth and independence. This course will explore how to create an environment that supports both large motor and fine motor development in infant-toddler classrooms. We will also examine creating outdoor environments for infants and toddlers. In this course, we will cover:
- Large motor activities and environments
- Fine motor development and materials
- Outdoor environments
|Approved in the following states:
HI, IN, KY, NC, MI, MN, and OH.