Category: visual motor integration

Laser Saccades

Introduction This activity works well as an adjunct to Laser Tracing (while you have the lasers out, might as well throw this in). Like Light Tracing, the laser spot provides a strong visual stimulus for fusion and feedback. It’s easy…

Laser Tracing

Introduction Light tracing with a laser spot provides a strong visual stimulus for fusion and feedback. It’s easy to see if you’re seeing double, even in bright lighting, and it’s also easy to see if you’re off track while tracing.…

Air Balloons

Introduction Air Balloons is a fun and easy exercise designed to develop gross motor skills, visual targeting, visual-motor coordination, and vergence. The child is required to coordinate movement in a confined space to bat balloons back and forth with a…

Beanbag Toss

Download: Beanbag Toss Purpose: To develop bilateral control, VMI, and spatial awareness. Material: Two pails/buckets/bowls, small beanbags (or other soft, non-bouncy, small objects for tossing), paper, pencil. Method/Approach: Download/print the attached documents. The ‘fixation mark’ is simply a bold ‘X’…

Shape Touch

Shape Touch 323 Shape Touch 1 324 Shape Touch Wksht Shape Touch 1 and 2 are simple yet challenging and are appropriate for all skill levels, but they are especially helpful in young people first learning language concepts. This activity…

Rosner Dots / Patterns

  Rosner Forms/Dots are an effective and low-cost means of developing a number of visual and orthographic skills. The activities consist of replicating existing drawings onto grids of dots and have varying degrees of difficulty. These exercises are easy to…

Continuous Motion Eye-Hand

See Also: Continuous Motion Download and print: 291 Continuous Motion Eye-Hand 292 Continuous Motion Worksheet CONTINUOUS MOTION, EYE-HAND PURPOSE: To develop rhythmic, accurate eye-hand movement and a wide field of vision APPARATUS: Chalkboard, paper and pencil, sample worksheet (supplied) METHOD: 1.…

Directional Triangles

Directional Triangles Purpose: To distinguish between right versus left orientations of objects in space. To develop automaticity in identification of laterality. To develop visual motor integration with both dominant and non-dominant hands. Procedure: Print a copy of the worksheet: Directional…