Fine Motor Skills


Fine motor skills may be exemplified by a child being able to pick up and hold a pencil and, applying hand-eye coordination, track that pencil across a surface in a controlled manner. There have been many researchers working in this area and it has long been established that upper body development plays a major part in successful fine motor work.

Some problems in hand and eye coordination, however, are due to retained birth reflexes, others are due to vision problems. They must all be addressed by the requisite specialist therapists.

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