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Pink knitting in front of pink sweatshirt

A little dexterity is helpful in working with knitting needles

Dexterity is a term referring primarily to the ability of a person to "gracefully" coordinate their movements. It specifically refers to adroitness in using the hands. In this context, dexterity is a motor skill.

The term can also refer to intelligence and "mental dexterity."

Dexterity  ( or fine motor skills) is the coordination of small muscles, in movements-usually invloving the synchronization of hands and fingers- with the eyes.

There are two types of Dexterity- Gross motor skills and Fine motor skills.

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