In baby books it's common to hear, "motor skills" this and that which is more confusing than simply saying, "learning...
In baby books it's common to hear, "motor skills" this and that which is more confusing than simply saying, "learning to crawl" so let's sort it out. Fine motor skills: When you see this term it means skills such as reaching for toys, picking up small items such as a spoon, passing items back and fourth between hands and eventually these skills translate into bigger fine motor skills like scribbling, coloring, and finally writing. Any time you see, "fine motor skills" the skill involves the development of your little one's smaller muscles in his hands and fingers. Gross motor skills: Gross motor skills for a baby include developing larger muscle groups that perform big milestone activities like mastering head control, rolling, sitting, crawling, walking, and eventually running and skipping.

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