STUDY REGARDING THE MANIFESTATION OF PSYCHO-MOTOR SKILLS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN
The progress of psycho-motor skills is approximated – they are different from one individual to another, the differences spanning between 1 and 3 months and even more (until the age of 5–6), or even 1 and 2 years (in older ages). The obvious differences, manifested through a psycho-motor development and conduct that is significantly inferior to the average normal level, render a psycho-motor insufficiency or even deficiency, an aspect quite frequently encountered especially in primary school children. This research paper aims to identify the manifestations of psycho-motor components of the disorders in primary school children. The research methods were established according to the objectives of the research, as follows: the professional literature study method, the testing method, the statistical-mathematical method and the graphical representation method. This observational study regarding the manifestation of psycho-motor activity in primary school children, contributes to the identification of the level of manifestation of the psycho-motor activity, and the identification of the disorders in the psycho-motor skill components.