Although in the wider aspect of motor development follows a similar pattern for everyone, in details the pattern occurs individual differences. This affects the age at which the individual differences reach different stages.
Factors affecting motor development: the most important factors affecting motor development in children are physical, general health, and mental capacity, in addition to psychological conditions, as well as environmental factors in poverty and wealth, and socialization factors.
- Development of nervous system.
The nervous system is very influential in motor development because it is the nervous system that controls motor movement in the human body.
- The physical ability that allows moving.
Because motor development is closely related to the physical then a person’s physical ability will greatly affect the development of one’s motor. Normal children of motor development will be better than children who have physical deficiencies.
- The desire of the child who motivated him to move.
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