Effects of a Physical Education Program on Children's Manipulative Skills

McKenzie, Thomas L.; Alcaraz, John E.; Sallis, James F.; Faucette, F. Nell
April 1998
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Apr1998, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p327
Academic Journal
Assesses the effects of physical education programs on the manipulative skills of children. Development of motor skills in physical education; Importance of skill performance in game and sport play participation; Interrelation of use and development of movement abilities with development of brain cells and academic capabilities.


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