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Motor Skills

Although motor skills are NOT the main issue when talking about dyslexia, several sources say that in between 35% to 60% of the cases, dyslexia and fine motor skills alterations do co-exist. Motor skills can be divided into two types: fine and gross. The former includes manual dexterity, hand-eye coordination, and writing, whereas the latter involves spatial awareness, distance awareness, balance, throwing and catching, etc.

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