Crossing the Midline

The ability of each hand and foot to function on other side of the body. It enables us to sit in a chair and color without leaning or falling to the side; to write left to right, and throw a ball like a baseball player, pulling the arm back and letting the ball go over the opposite foot.

Crossing the Midline

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