Precise and coordinated movements use of arms, hands, and fingers to complete simple and complex movements
Grasping items, holding crayons/pencils, stringing beads, manipulating toys, clothing fasteners.
Ability of the vision system to coordinate the movements of arms and hands to accomplish a given task
Handwriting, catching a ball, Bilateral coordination (e.g, using 2 hands together, scissor skills, buttoning), puzzles, ball skills
Coordination of hand movements guided by what a child is seeing
Printing, drawing, forming shapes, coloring
The visual skills needed to understand, evaluate, and interpret what is seen
Sorting, matching, scanning, copying skills, puzzles
The way a person’s nervous system receives messages and turns them into responses.
Motor planning - ability to conceive, organize, sequence, and execute an unfamiliar and complex body movement in a coordinated manner.
Body awareness - The ability to recognize where your body is in space.
Sensory Registration -
Sensory Modulation -
The use of large muscle groups for the performance of functions such as walking, running, jumping, using stairs, playing sports.
1) Endurance - Continuation of a motor activity despite stress or fatigue.
2) Strength - Amount of force a muscle can produce.
5) Postural Control - ability to hold your body upright to help you balance and stabilize during activities.
A necessary or desirable skill for full participation in everyday life.
Following routines, toileting, dressing, feeding, play.
The disappearance of reflexes (built-in mechanisms to help a baby for movements to resist gravity, protect from danger and loud noises, eat, grasp, and move) that are replaced with purposeful movements.