Activities, tips,and ideas for Occupational Therapy vision therapy and visual perceptual integration skills in children. These activities also promote pinch and grasping skill and visual-motor skills.
Bean Bags Throw This activity helps develop visual tracking, hand-eye coordination, and attention and focus. The activity helps the child see a target and plan the motor steps to hit the target, and perform the motor actions to complete the task.
If you work with a child with handwriting problems, this free guide will help determine fun, hands-on activities to help.
Good idea for co-treat with OT/PT/SLP Letter toss game - working on balance, visual motor control and letter recognition; also great for visual scanning.
Number Munch and Other Cup Twisting Games for kids- work on bilateral coordination
Looks easy to DIY with lolly sticks and felt or card circles.
How to use tangrams to improve visual perception skills needed for reading, writing, and functional skills. Fun homework supplement for big kids or pre-school learning for little ones.
Vision: Visual Discrimination Activities for kids - great home activities for OT occupational therapy.
Child development quick tip: visual motor skills are important for writing! Use this simple activity to work on coordination the eyes and hands and to practice hand strength!
Visual perception activities for kids including visual motor, visual…