Capoeira is a complete sport that helps in the psychomotor development of the child, as it works on strength, agility, flexibility, musicality, as well as improves self-esteem (BISPO, 2010).
We know that psychomotor development helps the individual to interact with their biological and improves their learning (BISPO, 2010).
Through ginga, which is one of the main movements of capoeira, the child works all the muscle groups, increasing their balance and strength, in addition to providing a feeling of pleasure and well-being. There are numerous physical benefits achieved in this sport (BISPO, 2010).
The wheel, the sound of the instruments and all the elements that make up this game are fundamental parts for working the body in harmony, so the educator will have in his hands the necessary tool for a good body development of the child (BISPO, 2010). ).