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Writing your name is a ______, where as kicking a ball is a ___________. A. physical skill; intercoordination skill B. sensorimotor skill; cognitive skill C. fine motor skill; gross motor skill D. coordination skill; intercoordination skill
Writing your name is a fine motor skill, whereas kicking a ball is a gross motor skill.
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Writing your name is a fine motor skill, whereas kicking a ball is a gross motor skill.
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