hello78 asks:

My 3 and half year old son is not interested in playing balls and not able to pedal a bicycle. I am worried. Any suggestions?

In Topics: Physical development, Sports and athletics, Exercise and fitness
> 60 days ago



Mar 30, 2010
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What the Expert Says:

At about 2 years of age, children start to be able to kick a ball and try to pedal a bicycle, although only about 50 % of them will be able to reach the pedals  and get the concept of pedaling.  Every child develops at a different rate, and as long as he stays within "the normal range" of development for age, there should be no reason for concern.  Since you are worried, discuss your son's development with his health care provider at the next visit.
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