Visual Motor Skills Activities
Title: Visual Motor Skills Activities
Authors: Chicago Occupational Therapy
This workbook includes a variety of engaging activities to help children build important visual motor skills!
Visual motor skills refer to the coordination between a child’s visual perception and motor skills. These skills are used by child throughout the course of many daily activities including handwriting, coloring, cutting, and more. Therapy can also target gross visual motor skills including those used in sporting activities (e.g., catching or throwing a ball at a target).
The following exercises are included:
- Tracing Exercises
- Complete the Shapes
- Continue the Patterns
- Connect the Dots
- Copy the Shapes
- Cutting Exercises