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Psychomotor learning activities help children consolidate their sensory, perceptive, motor and social skills, stimulating them to find their bearings and make choices which are, at times, innovative. The activities guide children, both individually and as a group, in discovering the world around them, encouraging them to interact with others. They also help strengthen children’s social skills by interiorizing and learning respect for the values of freedom, looking after themselves, others and the environment, solidarity,  fairness, and a commitment to acting for the common good.