b) basic Abilities: voluntary activities that allow to the locomotion and manipulation in different situations, characterized for a general goal, serving of base for future acquisition of more complex tasks, as to walk, to run, to jump, to hurl, to kick, etc. c) percipient Abilities: motor activities that involve the perception of the executant, through which visual, auditory, tteis and sinestsicos the stimulatons received are interpreted by the superior cerebral centers that emit a decision as reply, having made possible the adjustment to the environment. d) Physical capacities: essences in the execution of a motor ability are the functional characteristics. When developed they provide to the executant an improvement of the ability level. Amongst these capacities they are the force, flexibility, the resistance and the agility.
e) Ability specifies: more complex voluntary motor activities and with specific objectives, as the cut one in voleibol, the kick in soccer, I hurl it to the basket and the tray in the basketball. f) Not-verbal communication: more complex motor activities, organized thus the quality of the presented movements allows the expression, as in the dance, porting rhythmic gymnastics and even though olmpica gymnastics. (PROENA 1997, p 05). So that the motor abilities are extended are imperative that if it gives to the child property to play them. Putting into motion itself is of great biological, psychological, social value and cultural, a time that, is through the performance of the movements that the people interact with the environment, becoming related with the others, perceiving on itself, its limits, abilities and deciding difficulties. Jonas Alfredo Da Silva Saints CREF: 066032-G/SP Physical Educator