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|(bi-lat`er-al inííte-gra`shun) : refers to the ability to use both sides of the body in a coordinated manner during tasks. It also includes the ability to cross the middle of your body. Examples of this include babies banging two blocks together or a preschooler holding scissors with one hand while manipulating the paper with the other.|
Related Terms: crossing midline, sensorimotor development, sensory integration
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