Examples include jumping, kicking, marching, walking and running.
- jumping on the spot, to music or on a low trampoline
- kicking large, stationary blow-up balls, scrunched-up paper or empty plastic containers
- marching on the spot, to music or around furniture
- walking on different surfaces, or around different objects
- running through tied-up paper streamers.
- jumping over or around objects such as ropes, cones or coloured carpet squares; for longer distances, mimicking an animal
- kicking using either leg, or for longer distances and greater heights
- marching sideways, backwards and forwards or leading with the opposite leg
- walking in different directions, speeds and shapes, on tip toes or along a rope
- running backwards, around an obstacle course or for longer distances.
Examples include building, hitting, throwing and digging.
- building with big, light objects, such as cardboard boxes, milk crates or buckets
- hitting large, stationary beach balls or scrunched-up paper (with hands)
- throwing pom poms, large balls or beanbags
- digging through boxes of scarves or wool (with hands).
- building with small and large objects, such as boxes, sticks or blocks
- hitting slow-moving balls, with one hand and then the other
- throwing with one hand and then the opposite hand, or at a target
- digging with spades or old containers in dirt or sand.
Examples include dancing, climbing and balancing.
- dancing to different stories, sounds and rhythms, or to percussion instruments
- climbing on furniture, pillows, through hoops or under sheets
- balancing between chalk lines, inside a hoop or on top of large, level surfaces.
- dancing at different speeds or with objects such as streamers, or learning dance sequences
- climbing up and down ropes and ladders, or over boxes and climbing frames
- balancing on planks of wood, on one leg, with arms in the air or on tip toes.