Perceptual-Motor Activities for Children
Improve the key skills used to complete daily tasks, improve coordination, and increase self-awareness.
Needed for the brain and body to work together, motor skills are improved through this 32-week program with progressive stations and 200 activities. Web resources include activity cards and additional activities.
Over 200 Station Activities
With more than 200 station activities clearly outlined in this book, you can easily provide many opportunities to develop perceptual-motor skills in kids from preschool through elementary grades. The activities can be used in a 32-week sequential program or individually.
Along with this book, you also receive a web resource that provides activity cards, bonus activities, active learning cards, audio tracks, a record sheet, and other tools. Get this sought-after set of activities and begin building your students’ skills!
This book features 5 chapters covering more than 200 games.
- Chapter 1: Building a Perceptual-Motor Learning Laboratory
- Chapter 2: Bilateral Activities
- Chapter 3: Unilateral Activities
- Chapter 4: Cross-Lateral Activities
- Chapter 5: Combination Activities
- About the Authors
Book is 240 pages.