Visual Motor Activities
For a really good -sensory- fine-motor -motor - control activity, take these materials: cheap shampoo with color, bead, large zip lock and a maze to the child's ability. Put the zip lock over the maze! This activity is also very useful for a child who is just learning motor control to stay in spaces. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.
Improve Mental Processing Speed | Therapeutic Activity for processing speed, short-term visual memory, visual-motor coordination, cognitive flexibility, visual discrimination, and concentration from Selma DawaniEducational Helping your student increase processing speed is worth the effort. Processing influences auditory comprehension, perceptual organization, planning and learning ability. Following auditory directions, complet
So what does working with Jonah’s retained primitive reflexes have to do with his eyes? Nothing! But it has everything to do with him responding effectively to his vision therapy that requires vision and motor responses. Persistent “retained” primitive reflexes result in reflexive movements that interfere with a child’s progress in vision therapy visual-motor activities.