Spending time outdoors offers important benefits for kids of all ages. Running, walking, skipping and jumping offers much-needed aerobic exercise, helps young people avoid childhood obesity and st ...View Article
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Visual motor refers to our eye-hand coordination. Children who are deficient in visual motor skills usually have poor drawing or printing skills. Often their letters and words may run together or slope down as they print. They also have an extremely difficult time with written assignments. Because it takes so much effort to put it on the paper, they usually have poor written-memory skills and are very slow at copying words and sentences from the text or blackboard.