Gross and fine motor train in children simultaneously, then the child will have strong coordination. With training from the age of the child as the child grows it allows the generation of intelligence; some things you can do to practice gross and fine motor skills in children are:
Sit your child then give the toy in his hand, ask your child to give his toys to you, then back again to the child’s toy.
Provide a place for kids’ toys to easily insert and remove the toy he wanted.
Objects around the child can also be a means to develop the child’s leg muscles.
Pushing objects is one of the fun activities for children and useful for developing coarse and fine motor skills.
A plastic chair or table can also be light enough tool to make practicing gross motor activity and fine because it can help strengthen your leg muscles so that they can be used to run.