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This is the child’s accurate perception of his/her body, its parts & what those parts can do individually & in combination with other parts. Body awareness is composed of:
postural model one has of one’s body. How one perceives the position of the body and the relationship of body parts. This is a result of tactile perceptions and sensations originating from the body. This is the foundation for movement—a child needs to know his body parts and their relationship to each other to know how to move himself.
the visual and mental image of one’s body. This has also been described as how one feels about one’s body.
a learned skill; this involves the naming of parts and their functions
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