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Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS)

Developing basic movement skills is as important for a child’s health and ability to do everyday tasks now and as they get older, as it is for their performance in sport.

The sequence in which children learn these skills is similar. While there can be gender differences in some activities, for example boys tend to develop the overarm throwing skill quicker than girls, both girls and boys need to be given opportunities to develop all skills.

CeeVisionSports assessment tool is used to assess every skills necessary to aid your students success. Helping to grow and develop your students' gross motor, hand-eye, co-ordination and fundamental movement skills.

Locomotor (Movement) Skills

Body Control (Stability) Skills

Object Control (Manipulative) Skills