As mentioned, Asperger’s syndrome often affects fine and gross motor skill development. As such, a person with this condition may seem like they are clumsy.
They may, for example, have difficulties with hand-eye coordination, or may seem to trip over his own two feet. This may make things like handwriting, sewing, catching a ball, riding a bike, running, or jumping difficult.
However, do keep in mind that motor skill development varies from person to person, so if your child is exhibiting difficulties with fine or gross motor skills, particularly if the child is young, there may not be a cause for worry.