Definition of Fundamental Motor Skills?


The general definition of fundamental motor skills is the ability to learn a sequence of movements to produce a smooth action in order to accomplish a task. The ability to use chopsticks to eat rice or noodles would be a motor skill. A fundamental motor skill would be the ability to use your fingers to button your shirt or your pants. Children work on their motor skills very early on. An infants ability to grasp the finger of an adult or a toddlers ability to grab a food and place it in their mouths can both be considered a fundamental motor skill.
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Fine motor are movement that occur with small muscles of the body such as fingers taste somthing with the tongue. Gross motor are
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