Activities, tips,and ideas for Occupational Therapy vision therapy and visual perceptual integration skills in children. Parents and teachers of students with low-vision or visual processing difficulties will find many ideas here. Occupational Therapists can use this as a resource in treatment with pediatrics.
DIY Portable LEGO Kit with Free Printable Activity Cards. A great idea for those times where you have to wait (Doctor's office, restaurant) or when you are traveling (great in the car or on a plane)! Great for visual motor integration practice. From Fun at Home with Kids
A set of 3 sheets with different patterns for developing pencil skills. Activities for straight lines, curves and loops. Each sheet contains a template with partial guidelines and the same template totally blank, allowing you to create your own patterns for learners to follow.
Try using this simple sight word coloring paper with your students who have difficulty focusing on sight words. Since your children get to color, they have to pay close attention to the sight words in order to choose the right colors