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Preschoolers' motor skill development connected to school readiness

(Oregon State University) Preschoolers' fine and gross motor skill development is indicative of later performance on two key measures of kindergarten readiness, according to a study published today by researchers from Oregon State University.
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Preschoolers' motor skill development connected to school readiness

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Preschoolers' fine and gross motor skill development is indicative of later performance on two key measures of kindergarten readiness, according to a study. Preschoolers who performed better on fine and gross motor skill assessments...

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