# Table 6 Proportions of variance in mathematical performance of Year 1 students that could be explained by fine motor precision and fine motor integration subtests, beyond that accounted for by age following removal of outlier

Â

R

R2

F, (df), p

Î”R2

Î”F, (df), p

B, [95% CI], SE B

Î²

t, p

Mathematics

Step 1

.352

.124

7.37, (1, 52), .009

.107

.124

7.37, (1, 52), .009

176.19, [115.24, 237.14], 30.37

Â

5.80, <.001

Age

Â Â Â Â Â Â

-12.15, [-21.13, -3.17], 4.48

-.352

-2.71, .009

Step 2

.555

.308

11.35, (2, 51), <.001

.281

.184

13.56, (1, 51), .001

141.13, [83.17, 199.10], 28.87

Â

4.89, <.001

Age

Â Â Â Â Â Â

-10.12, [-18.26, -1.98], 4.06

-.293

-2.50, .016

Fine motor precision

Â Â Â Â Â Â

1.56, [0.71, 2.41], 0.42

.433

3.68, .001

Step 3

.626

.392

10.73, (3, 50), <.001

.355

.084

6.87, (1, 50), .012

123.13, [66.51, 179.76], 28.19

Â

4.37, <.001

Age

Â Â Â Â Â Â

-8.42, [-16.24, -0.59], 3.90

-.244

-2.16, .036

Fine motor precision

Â Â Â Â Â Â

0.57, [-0.54, 1.67], 0.55

.157

1.03, .310

Fine motor integration

Â Â Â Â Â Â

1.26, [0.30, 2.23], 0.48

.407

2.62, .012

1. Unstandardised (B) and standardised (Î²) regression coefficients; significant p-values (pâ€‰<â€‰.05) in bold