Your child's body is in a developing state, and it is important to gradually develop physical coordination. In fact, the child's overall body shape has not yet fully grown, and some parts must be strengthened. The purpose of badminton is to hit the shuttlecock, so that his physiological functions can develop well. In order to successfully hit the shuttlecock, he must always maintain his body's mobility, keep a good distance from the shuttlecock, and make a correct shot posture to hit the shuttlecock back to his opponent. He will be aware of his body, ability, and limitations in space. This is an integral part of his psychomotor learning. He will learn about physical awareness and perception of space.
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