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We found a strong connection between their grades and academic scores, on the one hand, and the fine motor skills when they were in pre-K classes.
If intelligence tests are executed as paper-and-pencil tests or in a computer-generated version, the subject must obviously be in possession of some degree of fine motor skills. One is required to either use a pencil or enter the answers into a computer by typing on a keyboard or moving and activating a mouse.
The six-month results from Cohort I showed an overall improvement of muscle strength and ability to perform functional tasks assessing dexterity and fine motor skills as assessed by the International Standards for Neurological Classification of Spinal Cord Injury (ISNCSCI) and the Graded Redefined Assessment of Strength, Sensibility and Prehension (GRASSP) assessments.
In this book, author Maryanne Bruni presents readers with the third edition of her guide for parents and professionals in their advocacy and training of fine motor skills in children suffering from Down Syndrome.
Critique: Simply stated, "Fine Motor Skills for Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals" should be read by anyone with caregiver or instructional responsibilities for a Down Syndrome child.
This study aimed to assess the gross and fine motor skills in children with learning disorders compared with the normal peer group.
These brain regions are involved in functions such as spatial navigation, memory formation, strategic planning and fine motor skills of the hands.
From reading times and developing bilateral coordination to fine motor skills and daily living abilities, Everyday Activities to Help Your Young Child with Autism Live Life to the Full is a fine choice for any interested in helping those with a young autistic child.
The Company offers therapy to children that focuses on developing fine motor skills, sensory development and play & learning.
Parents wishing to occupy their toddlers with creative learning activities will find Everyday Play: Fun Games to Develop the Fine Motor Skills Your Child Needs for School by Christy Isbell a useful resource.
The ASQ-3 tool, which is available in English and Spanish, includes 21 age-specific questionnaires for screening from 1 to 66 months in developmental areas of communication, gross and fine motor skills, problem solving, and personal and social development.
The board would let the students, some of whom struggle with fine motor skills, write schoolwork extra large on the board and print out normal size.