Gross motor skills of South African preschool-aged children across different income settings

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Gross motor skills of South African preschool-aged children across different income settings

No studies have investigated gross motor skill (GMS) proficiency of preschool-aged children across different income settings in South Africa. Research from high-income countries suggests that children from low-income settings display poorer GMS proficiency compared to higher-income peers. This study aimed to 1) describe GMS proficiency of preschool-aged children in urban high-income (UH), urban low-income (UL) and rural low-income (RL) settings; and 2) explore differences in proficiency between income settings and sex.

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