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Acta Medica Medianae
The adoption of the basic motor skills in the first year of life (postural head control, lateral transfers into a lying position, sitting, standing, walking, crawling, grasping...) goes on quite spontaneously. A child learns all the motor actions by itself and that is why it is not necessary to "teach" a child to seat, grasp, stand, walk... Teaching a child the basic motor skills stands for a rough, unnecessary and undesirable involvement into spontaneous motor development, and, due to this,doaj:f0028d61bbca4385b0093b4f8d9de1f2 fatcat:3tawtfdkcncbtbthflwcldy65q