Copying activities stimulate eye-hand coordination and visual-motor integration.
When children copy different geometric shapes their 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.
Number of worksheets: 26
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.
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