There are many factors for stimulating children’s motor and psychomotor development but there are three main laws that characterise children’s motor evolution: differentiation, variability, and succession. Depending on their age and their level of development, children develop their motor and psychomotor activities and begin to socialise.
Children’s motor activities are constantly adapted and refined at increasingly elaborate levels. In their exploration of the outside world and through play, children discover many combinations of possible
movement sequences that multiply their functional capacities.