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delays and barriers, most young children reveal positive perceptions of their motor competence, an asset that can be used in intervention. Subsequently, I created the “Successful Kinesthetic Instruction for Preschoolers” (SKIP) motor skill intervention to counter the negative developmental trajectory for

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to promote a variety of school readiness skills, including FMS for disadvantaged preschoolers. To improve physical literacy, the SKIP FMS intervention was incorporated into SS. This study investigated if a 4-wk SS-SKIP motor skill intervention delivered as part of SS could improve the OC skills of