Visual-motor integration involves effective, efficient communication between the eyes and the hands, so that you can copy, draw or write what you see. Visual motor skills are the foundation for many of a child’s day to day activities, including cutting, colouring, writing, catching or kicking a ball, or tying shoelaces. These skills are necessary for handwriting and copying from the board when a child starts school.
This resource will help you develop your child’s hand-eye coordination, spatial organisation, figure-ground discrimination, orientation and directionality.
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- A downloadable, copyright protected PDF: Pen Pushers
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This resource will be available to download for thirty (30) days after purchase.