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Teaching Drawing Skills to the Child with Down Syndrome
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Teaching Drawing Skills to the Child with Down Syndrome

This publication covers development of grasp and grip, hand dominance, drawing materials and development stages of drawing.

This is a short publication by the Down Syndrome Society of South Australia Inc 1998. It covers development of grasp and grip, hand dominance, drawing materials and development stages of drawing.

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