Part 4 of 4 Gross Motor v Fine

In my personal experience, the best sources of application can be drawn from movements that are similar to what they have already learned or performed regularly in day-to-day living and that can be quickly recalibrated for another use.

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Part 3 Gross Motor Skills v. Fine Motor Skills

Complexity can be described as intricate relationships of many different parts that all work together. Think of the inner-workings of a fine watch as an example. Each part interacting perfectly with each other part to tell time. Everything has to work as specified in order for the watch to tell time accurately.

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