Activities require motor planning and midline crossing to execute coordinated movements.
FIne Motor Activity: Spirals and other Patterns (free printable; from Stimulating Learning with Rachel)
Kids can create their own Maze! School age children already developed fine motor control and Visual motor integration, they will be developing hand-eye coordination while moving the maze.
Sensory play: this is sensory play because it helps kids differentiate colors and at the same time they are touching the textures of the cereal
Great magnet science and STEM activity for kids! Preschoolers elementary kids will love this, too! via Karyn ~ Teach Beside Me
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.
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.
Body Awareness Activities for Stronger Proprioception and Learning Development - Integrated Learning Strategies