Your child uses visual perception skills to make sense of what they see. This is essential for school skills like writing, reading and math. It's also good for life skills like reading maps and signs, taking part in crafts or hobbies and finding items in a busy space. Whether your child has a visual processing disorder or…Read more
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Bilateral coordination is the ability to coordinate each side of your body together in an organized and controlled manner. For instance, you stabilize paper with one hand as you're cutting or writing with the other. Good bilateral coordination/integration indicates both sides of your brain are effectively communicating and sharing information. Why is Bilateral Coordination Important?…Read more
Kaleidograph is a game, toy and a puzzle. Esentially, it's a geometry toy that is also a creative design tool for quilters, artists and just about anyone who enjoys creating colorful patterns. It's also great for children with special needs and helps build their visual perception skills. You can display the cards as artwork, use them as…Read more
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