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Occupational Therapy -> Visual Motor Skills -> Visual Processing Skills
These skills include how the eyes move and collect information. These are visual skills that take in and use the information in order to process that input. Visual skills include visual tracking, convergence, saccades, visual fixation, and visual attention. A component of visual processing includes visual efficiency. This refers to the effective use of that visual information.
Relationship Among Caregiver Mental Health, Infant and Toddler Sensory-Processing Profiles, and Occupations 2Author: Gee and Abuchon-Endsley - Maternal mental health and role in infant and child sensory processing. Citation: Bryan M. Gee, Nicki Abuchon-Endsley; Relationship Among Caregiver Mental Health, Infant and Toddler Sensory-Processing Profiles, and Occupations. Am J Occup Ther August 2021, Vol. 75(Supplement_2), 7512505092p1. doi: https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2021.75S2-PO92
Visual Motor Skills 1Author: The OT Toolbox - Here, you find a huge resource on visual motor skills including information, visual motor activities, and tools to support visual motor skill development in kids. We have shared quite a few posts relating to vision and the integration of what the eyes see with motor movements. On this page, you will find a huge ... Read more
- I Spy - It's Fall Y'all 3
- 5 sets of 3 words with the same letter in the initial position. 1
- Roll a Die or 2 Dice, say one thing I will match one thing 2
- Questions related to The Buck Full Moon in July Resources. 2
- 1-2 continue 3
- 5 sentence paragraph about family camping for 8-10 year old. 2
- Detective Eye 2
- 5 adjective to describe a focus and pencil control to draw a maze for 9-10 year old 2
- Visual Perceptual Skills - Copy design 2
- 10 words about the school bus for a kindergartener 1
- Sense of Hearing/20 min Easter Egg Decoration Resource 1
- Connect the dots song 2
- 5 tips to control the pencil while drawing line in a maze. 2
- Fun questions and answers about harvesting 6
- List for Camping 2
- ONE DICE Introduction Warm-up Game 1
- Create shapes with the help of dots 2
- Coloring 9 gifts for Sammy 2
- Drawing, following directions with colors and shapes. 1
- Fine Motor Activities 0
Visual Schedule Cards
- Given no more than 3 cues, Laticia will complete visual spatial activities including mazes, hidden pictures, find a word, etc. to improve visual motor skills with 90% accuracy as seen in 3/5 consecutive sessions. 3
- Danny independently complete 1-20 dot-to-dot design with success of min 1 /8 " away from the dots, in 4 of 5 trials, with 80% verbal cues to improve visual perception and graphomotor skills. 0
- Darrel will imitate and copy 6 / 8 vertical and horizontal strokes in 4 / 5 trials with min assist and 25% verbal cues for improved graphomotor skills while maintaining a tripod grasp without thumb wrap and with open web space for optimal participation in a school setting. 0
- Hannah will copy block designs with visual cues with 5 - 7 blocks in 4 /5 trials with 25% verbal cues for increased precision and accuracy of distal finger skills for optimal participation in a school setting and during playtime at home. 0
- Sarah will cut across a piece of paper in 4/5 trials in 4 /5 sessions, with minimal assistance and 25% verbal cues to promote separation of sides of hands and eye-hand coordination for optimal participation in a school setting. 0
- Ian will successfully copy 6/8 shapes (circle, triangle, square, cross) in 4 /5 trials with min assist and 25% verbal cues for increased graphomotor skills while maintaining an open web space, for optimal participation in a school setting. 0
- Jane will pick up small objects using an inferior pincer grasp and successfully place them into a container with their thumb and fingers using her right-hand 3 times in 4 /5 treatment sessions with setup assist and 30% verbal cues for increased grasp and release accuracy. 0
- Tessa will accurately place 4 / 5 shapes into the form board in 4 /5 trials with setup assist and 25% verbal cues demonstrating improved visuomotor and spatial relationship skills for optimal participation in a school setting. 0
A dinosaur maze activity for working on visual scanning or visual spatial activities in order to improve visual motor skills. The first maze is fairly simple and the second maze is a little harder.
The worksheets attached include various visual exercises to complete. Finish the pattern allows you to first cut on the dotted line and then cut out 4 squares to then problem solve proper placement...
This worksheet contains 5 strips of pumpkins with arrows facing in different directions. This activity addresses visual motor integration, perceptual skills, and directionality.Includes activity list
Visual Discrimination Resource. Occupational Therapy Resource. Eye-hand. Visual Processing. Locate the eight selected images within the picture and color them in.Includes activity list
Handwriting Worksheet. Fine motor Resources. Visual Processing Resources. Occupational Therapy Resources. Line Awareness Resources. Directions: circle the letter(s) in each row that is star worthy.
A scavenger hunt is fun and can be rewarding. It can boost in self-confidence and offer a sense of accomplishment our children often need. It can build self-esteem and encourage children to mingle ...
Drawing Resource. Occupational Therapy Resource. Use this resource to draw a pig. This can be used as a drawing, handwriting, and pre handwriting activity as well as for a visual-spatial exerciseIncludes activity list