Fine motor skills are small movements — such as writing with a pencil and holding cutlery — that use the small muscles of the fingers, toes, wrists, lips, and tongue. 

Gross motor skills are the bigger movements — such as walking and rolling over — that use the large muscles in the arms, legs, torso, and feet.

MINT have published extensively in the field of fine and gross motor control for the past ten years and utilise their knowledge and results from the field to inform development of motor programmes (real and virtual) to bring about a change in motor behaviours in children, adolescents and adults in the school, home & clinical settings.

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