Ward, V. (2018, July 11). Children who can’t catch lag behind in reading, writing and maths, study claims. Retrieved July 11, 2018

Youths with better hand-eye coordination on computer tasks had increased odds of having higher reading, writing and math scores, compared with those who were clumsy, and those with the best “steering task” performance were an average of nine months more advanced than those who struggled, UK researchers reported in the journal Psychological Science. The findings also linked interceptive timing skills to math achievement, but not reading and writing development.

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