Movement skills encompass locomotor, nonlocomotor, and manipulative movement:
1. Locomotor movement occurs when an individual moves from one place to another or projects the body upward (e.g., walking, jumping, skipping, galloping, hopping, jumping, sliding, running).
2. Nonlocomotor movement occurs when an individual moves in self-space without appreciable movement from place to place (e.g., twisting, bending, stretching, curling).
3. Manipulative movement occurs when an individual controls a variety of objects with different body parts (e.g., throwing, catching, kicking, striking, dribbling).