What Do Tricycles Teach Children?

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Tricycles can teach children a number of fun and interesting things if you approach the lesson in the right way. Learn about what tricycles teach children with help from a family case worker in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Christina Gavenda at DomesticFelicity.com, and today I'm going to talking about what do tricycles teach children. Tricycles are a great way to teach your toddler or young preschooler how to coordinate their body and their muscles in various different motions so that they can propel themselves forward. It teaches them action and reaction that hitting something makes them stop, that hitting something that isn't attached to the floor or isn't a firm thing will move that object. It's a really fun way for your child to learn how to coordinate their upper body and lower body, their arms and their legs and also their vision and their sound and hearing so they're hearing people, they're watching where they're going or not watching where they're going and running into things, and they're also moving their body at the same time. It's so great for their fine and gross motor skills. Thanks so much for watching, my name is Christina Gavenda, and today we talked about what tricycles teach children.

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