Obstacle Course


Developing Psychomotor Skills of Children

The ability to perform motor activities i.e. eye hand coordination, arm hand steadiness; control precision multi limb coordination on relation to mental processes is defined as psychomotor ability.

Physical tasks that children in early childhood education perform help in psychomotor development which in turn functions as a facilitator in personality development process. Psychomotor development is the progressive acquisition of skills involving both mental and motor activities. The tasks proposed for introducing in schools may be termed 'psychomotor tasks' because each of these tasks requires a child to think about the tasks and then performing them. In the process child learns adjusting socially and emotionally because it can provide him/her with successful experiences and permit interrelationships with other children in groups and with a partner.

Salient features

  • Obstacle course consists of ten obstacles.
  • Most of the obstacles being proposed are individual in nature.
  • The course being introduced would develop / give self confidence through physical fitness and mental robustness.
  • The obstacles course should be planned in a haphazard manner.
The students involve himself in Group Activity and develop his social attributes.

Army Public School, Hisar

Principal's Message

Dear students, this is what School expects from all of you when you leave its portals. To become future leaders and achievers, one has to be supported by two integral traits of character - humility and integrity.

Humility, or the quality of genuine modesty and unpretentiousness, is often disregarded while describing traits of good leaders because it seems to suggest a lack of toughness and resolve. But humility must never be viewed as a weakness as it creates room for constant improvement. The other character trait is integrity that means to have honesty and consistency between one's words and action. Your behaviour and actions will be the key to your credibility. Every small perception of inconsistency will hurt trust...

Principal's Message