Young children with better eye-to-hand coordination were more likely to achieve higher scores for reading, writing and math according to new research — raising the possibility schools could provide extra support to children who are clumsy.

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Programmes like Fun Fit, developed by in Cornwall and used as a first line of in school support of motor development of young people at risk of sensory motor challenges may provide such opportunities.


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