Support your child to play every day, and encourage them to play with siblings/friends. Play time provides your child with opportunities to practice and refine motor skills. And eventually, when your child throws a ball and hits a target, walks across a balance beam without falling, or kicks a ball into a net, they will grow more confident in their physical abilities and themselves.
Make time to be active together with your child. For many children, positive parent support and modeling activity can help to increase physical activity levels, which in turn allows for development of movement skills.
You can also help by providing an environment that supports physical activity, be it a large indoor area with furniture moved aside, an outdoor lawn, or a nearby park where your child can run and climb.