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The use of Motor Skills in Gymnastics Gymnastics involves many movements of the human body There are varies exercises and performances completed in gymnastics which are performed at different levels of motor skills This is what allows us to see how children advance in motor skills As a young child many start off slow doing there activity the way the feel comfortable While I was observing the 5 and 6 year old children I noticed right from the start that the boys and girls seamed to get along with each other quite well The boys in the group that I observed seamed to be very out going doing the stuff they were told to do and then some While the girls seamed to be shy and quiet Also the girls in general didnt seam to put as much enthusiasm into what they were doing When looking at behavior I found that the girls where behaved much better then the boys always doing what they were told and staying in line While the boys did what they were told but at the same time they liked to jump around and they seamed to like to be near the teacher hanging off and trying to wrestle with himher I found that the boys wanted to go through the action of the drills more ethuasticly One boy especially was always trying to butt in front of everyone else so he could get more turns jumping off the spring horse When he would try to do this the other boys in line would get mad and push him away While the girls in the group wouldnt do anything They didnt seam to mind at all When I compared physical differences between the two different genders I concluded that there was not much difference at this stage As I watched the children I pictured them with bags on there heads and at this age it would be
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