Tag: vmi

Visual Motor Integration

Visualization Golf

    Visualization Golf   Purpose: To develop the ability to create a mental image of a form that is no longer present visually. Procedure: Have the client sit at a table with one page of the paper golf course…

Monocular Tracing

  Monocular Tracing Worksheet  Purpose: To develop monocular VMI and VSA. Equipment: Paper/pencil, clicker (or you can tap two stones/spoons together, snap your fingers, click your tongue, say ‘go’, or use a metronome), eye patch/occluder, work sheet (see sample attached).…

Ball Hitting – Hand Movements

  See Also: Ball Hitting – Body Contact Ball Hitting PURPOSE: The purpose of these activities is to help the patient develop understanding of how the eyes move, the ability to control these movements in a coordinated and effortless manner,…

Ball Hitting

  See Also: Ball Hitting – Dive Bomb Ball Hitting – Body Contact Ball Hitting – Hand Movements PURPOSE:  The purpose of these activities is to help the patient develop understanding of how the eyes move, the ability to control…

Ball Hitting – Dive Bomb

  See Also: Ball Hitting Ball Hitting Hand Movements Ball Hitting – Body Contact PURPOSE: The purpose of these activities is to help the patient develop understanding of how the eyes move, the ability to control these movements in a…

Trap the Marble

  Purpose: This is a fun and effective way of developing laterality sense and bilateral control. Material: Two spray can caps or two small plastic or paper cups, a marble Procedure: 1.  The child is to kneel on the floor,…

Bean Bag 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, balance board. Procedure: Patient stands about six feet from the bucket and is instructed: 1. …

Templates Geometric Form

  Print off and read the attached document. The instructions in the attachment to this activity are self-explanatory. If yo do not have a chalkboard, find a whiteboard and erasable markers. Heavier weight corrugated cardboard is best for creating drawing…

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…