dexterity

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Synonyms for dexterity

Synonyms for dexterity

skillfulness in the use of the hands or body

the quality or state of being mentally agile

Synonyms for dexterity

adroitness in using the hands

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Another video game, Guitar Hero, has players press buttons on a guitar-shaped controller and strum on its body to play along to songs The game could help patients regain fine motor coordination in smaller muscles in the fingers, hands, and wrist.
Children need less fine motor coordination in typing than is necessary for writing and have the satisfaction of immediate gratification in seeing the results of their efforts (Clements & Sarama, 2002).
It is commonly considered that although fine motor coordination and bravery are of paramount importance, very little physical effort is required to drive race cars," said University of Miami researchers, adding that dissenters contend that racing requires physical stamina on a par with other professional sports.
In fact, a toddler's drawing is a direct result of fine motor coordination of the arm and the hand, as well as a reflection of a burgeoning imagination and intellect.
Good for finger dexterity, eye-hand coordination, and fine motor coordination.
A person whose body temperature has dropped to 95 degrees can feel confusion and experience some loss of fine motor coordination.
The ability to explore the environment and stabilize gross motor development as well as accentuate fine motor coordination is extremely important.