Visual-Motor Integration Activity
Visual-motor integration is the brain’s ability to combine visual perceptual and motor skills. It is how we coordinate our upper and lower extremities, and the rest of the body with what our eyes are perceiving. Difficulty integrating these skills may present functionally into problems with writing, catching a ball, fastening a button, stabbing food with a fork, tying shoelaces, and many other gross motor and fine motor tasks needed for everyday living. This table-top activity is a fun way to target this important skill. Alternative treatment options and graded modifications for implementing the task are included.
Tech specs: Digital download. 3 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches. PDF format. 1.3 MB.