TRACING AND CONNECTING

Tracing lines and connecting activities stimulate eye-hand coordination and visual-motor integration.

 

When children follow and draw over dotted or other kind of lines, their eyes simultaneously compare emerging lines with original ones. Similar process is happening when they connect two or multiple dots with lines.

 

The process in which the eyes visually guide the movement of the hand, strenghtens visual-motor integration and fine-motor hand and fingers movements control.

Types of tasks / activities

Tracing horizontal and
vertical lines

Activities stimulate visual-motor integration by tracing different horizontal and vertical lines. Lines are drawn as sets of dots which are followed during drawing. Tasks difficulty increase throughout the workbook in two ways: (a) by incresing lines lenghts, (b) by increased spacing between dots.

Selected tasks are available in Brainscribe Family Free workbooks. Please note that their use is limited to family/home use. A sample of tasks of this type is available in the bottom link. 

Tracing

zig zag lines

Activities istimulate visual-motor integration by tracing different horizontal and vertical zig-zag lines. Lines are drawn as sets of dots which are followed during drawing. Activities and tasks difficulty increase throughout the workbook in three ways: (a) by increasing lines lenght, (b) by increasing lines comlexity, (c) by increasing spacing between dots​.

Selected tasks are available in Brainscribe Family Free workbooks. Please note that their use is limited to family/home use. A sample of tasks of this type is available in the bottom link. 

Tracing

wavy

lines

Activities stimulate visual-motor integration by tracing different horizontal and vertical wavy ines. Lines are drawn as sets of dots which care followed/traced during drawing. Tasks difficulty increase throughout the workbook in three ways: (a) by increasing lines lenght, (b) by increasing lines comlexity, (c) by increasing spacing between dots​.

A sample of 26 different tasks of this type is available in a corresponding Brainscribe Family Free workbook. Please, note that use of the Brainscribe Family Free workbooks is limited to family/home use.

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Tracing straight and irregular 

lines

Activities stimulate visual-motor integration by tracing different straight and irregular lines. Horizontal and vertical lines are drawn as sets of dots which are followed/traced during drawing. Tasks difficulty increase throughout the workbook in two ways: (a) by increasing lines lenght, (b) by increasing lines irregularities​.

Selected tasks are available in Brainscribe Family Free workbooks. Please note that their use is limited to family/home use. A sample of tasks of this type is available in the bottom link. 

Tracing curved 

lines

Activities stimulate visual-motor integration by tracing different curved lines. Lines are drawn as sets of dots which are followed/traced during drawing. Tasks difficulty increase throughout the workbook in three ways: (a) by increasing lines lenght, (b) by increasing lines complexity, (c) by increasing spacing between dots.

Selected tasks are available in Brainscribe Family Free workbooks. Please note that their use is limited to family/home use. A sample of tasks of this type is available in the bottom link. 

Connecting - straight lines

and

angles

Activities stimulate the ability to draw longer lines and ability to change direction of lines while drawing. Tasks are set in form of strings of dots which should be connected by lines. Tasks difficulty increase throughout the workbook in three ways: (a) by increasing lenght of the strings of dots, (b) by changing angles and complexity of the strings of dots, (c) by increasing the spacing between the dots in strings​.

Selected tasks are available in Brainscribe Family Free workbooks. Please note that their use is limited to family/home use. A sample of tasks of this type is available in the bottom link. 

Drawing lines

dot to dot

Activities stimulate the ability to draw longer lines and ability to change direction of drawing. Tasks are set in form of pairs or strings of dots which should be connected by lines. Activities and tasks difficulty increase throughout the workbook in three ways: (a) by increasing distance between dots, (b) by changing inclination and complexity of lines, (c) by increasing the number of dots.

Selected tasks are available in Brainscribe Family Free workbooks. Please note that their use is limited to family/home use. A sample of tasks of this type is available in the bottom link. 

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