Tag: visual motor integration

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’…

Haptic Writing

Coming Soon: Rosner Dot activities for building spatial awareness and visual-motor integration skills. Haptic Writing Start by downloading and printing the document above.  We recommend loading this task as instructed using the metronome. Also be sure to review the notes…

Michigan Tracking

PURPOSE: To improve fine saccadic accuracy and speed. PROCEDURE 1: Select one of the following worksheets. Begin with something easy for the client, with larger fonts being easier than smaller. Underline the letters starting at the top left hand corner. When…

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…

Egg Box Toss

Preview or print the attached document. This is a fun game that strengthens visual motor skills, self-control, bilateral integration and balance. This game is best played with heavier coins, marbles, or steel ball bearings. Try loading this activity with a metronome. Begin with…

Continuous Motion

See Also: Continuous Motion Eye-Hand Download: Continuous Motion PURPOSE: To improve planning of visually guided fine motor movements.PROCEDURE: On the attached worksheet, circle the number 1 as long as needed until number 2 is found, then draw a line to the…

VMI Paper Tasks

  Please Note: These items are available as separate activities in some cases, but this is not a completed activity.