When children move their bodies against gravity they develop the necessary strength and balance patterns needed to maintain postural control. Swinging, climbing up a pole or tree, riding the merry-go-round, winter sledding on the belly with arms and legs up, jumping rope, and rolling down a hill and back up again are all play experiences that help children develop postural control.
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