The main purpose of this website is to inform Physical and Health Educators about cognitive and motor development. Human motor development is a process through which humans pass through during the course of life. Motor development specifically, refers to changes that occur in one's ability to move and movement in general as one progresses through life. There are four domains of human development: effective, cognitive, motor, and physical. All of the domains are separate but they work cohesively together as one whole. This website states information from Jean Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development describing how children grow throughout their life and what characteristics belong to certain age groups. Also stated on this website is the decline of intelligence in adults, their memory, physical activity, and sport performance. Cognitive and Motor Development for the Physical Education Classroom is extremely beneficial to Physical and Health Educators because it allows them to access the stages of motor development appropriate for children. Educators can make games, tasks, and skills that are developmentally appropriate to certain ages. Also, Physical Educators will be able to see how intelligence and physical activity decline as one progresses through their motor development. This allows Physical Educators to teach tasks that suit peoples certain abilities. Overall, Physical and Health Educators should be very aware of cognitive and motor development because it will help them understand the behaviors of children, help them create developmentally appropriate skills, and allow them to help be the most effective Physical and Health Educators they can be.