Fine motor skills, also referred to as dexterity, refer to a person’s ability to coordinate the movement of small muscles. It primarily includes the synchronization and movement of hands, fingers, feet, and toes. Smaller physical actions, like writing, grasping tiny objects etc., are associated with fine motor skills. Children can sometimes struggle with smaller physical actions, like holding writing tools, grabbing tiny objects, or have a poor hand-eye coordination. However, appropriate guidance, patience, and if needed, physical therapy, can help a child overcome these challenges.