Psychomotor work is done every day in every classroom as motor skills are considered an essential step in the development of personality. Psychomotor work helps stimulate the body movement, postural control, balance, coordination and orientation in relation to space-time, as well as to affirm handedness.

In terms of socio-affective abilities, psychomotor work reinforces childrens self-concept and self-esteem by offering a space where children recognize their own limitations and capabilities, and urges them to overcome their fears and consequently offers them emotional security.

At the cognitive level, this activity helps to acquire habits that facilitate learning, exploration and perception of objects in the environment, enhances memory, attention, concentration and stimulates creativity.