Copying activities stimulate eye-hand coordination and visual-motor integration.

 

When we copy different geometric shapes our brains simultaneously compare evolving drawings with original shapes, and initiate fine-motor corrections.

 

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

COPYING

Types of tasks / activities

copying

circles 

and

squares

Task difficulty: ranging from simple (one big circle or square) to more challenging (multiple circles or squares, different sizes).

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. 

copying

geometric shapes

Task difficulty: ranging from simple (one big shape) to more challenging (multiple shapes, different sizes); ranging from simple shapes (triangles, rectangles) to more complex ones.

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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