Children can benefit from playing games that develop eye-hand coordination in order to participate in daily activities such as catching a ball, hitting a ball with a bat, coloring, writing, and completing self-help skills.
Curated box by a pediatric occupational therapist and filled with activities to promote eye-hand coordination.
The materials are in the box.
The plans are in the box.
The only thing left is to work… actually we should say PLAY on developing and promoting eye-hand coordination!
This box is designed by a pediatric Occupational Therapist to improve eye-hand coordination which is an essential developmental skill used to complete many daily activities.
Eye-hand coordination develops early in life when the baby looks at an object and tries to reach and grasp it.
This skills box is designed to promote your child’s eye-hand coordination in a playful way.
Your box is delivered with all the materials you need to complete all the activities and ideas for additional activities that can be completed with common everyday household items.
Full-color instructions booklet with step by step directions, images, illustrations, and extra information for caregivers.
All the materials needed for all activities:
- Maze Boards
- Push Pin Magnets
- Plastic Racket
- Small Ball
- Shape Cards
- Shaped Post-It Notes
- Magnet Board Game
- 1″ Colorful Wooden Blocks
|Dimensions||10 × 8 × 4 in|