Physical Development: Discover the Pikler approach to free movement

Julia Manning-Morton and and the Pikler UK Association
Tuesday, August 29, 2023

How can free movement be a foundation for young children’s holistic development? Julia Manning-Morton and the Pikler UK Association explain

Babies and toddlers who have not had their movement restricted are more confident and agile, with greater spatial awareness PHOTO Julia Manning-Morton
Babies and toddlers who have not had their movement restricted are more confident and agile, with greater spatial awareness PHOTO Julia Manning-Morton

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