Multi-book series of Stroke Recovery & TBI recovery activities
HAND-EYE COORDINATION resources
Each product listed below features hand-eye coordination skills. Click on the product to see each of its versions.
Reveal the hidden image with these mystery picture grid worksheets. Follow the instructions to slowly reveal the image. Can you draw them all?
Twist the number wheel cutouts to match the number on top with the number below. Create associations with different ways to count.
These matching puzzles worksheets are a fantastic way to exercise basic math concepts in a fun and engaging way. Print, cut out, mix up and match
These letter number writing practice worksheets provide comprehensive practice for hand-eye coordination skills. All letters and numbers included.
Cut out each part of the jigsaw fun puzzles sections and then try to assemble them in the correct way to reveal the mystery image. Find them all!
Doing sums can be fun with this great series of worksheets that turn addition, subtraction, division and multiplication into a fun game and a puzzle to solve.
These cut an play resources are an excellent way to make learning numbers, letters and words fun and engaging. Assemble all the puzzles!
Fraction puzzles is a fun way to learn mixed fractions, proper fractions and improper fractions in a visual and engaging way.
These factor puzzles are a really fun way to learn factoring and identifying which factors a given number has. All factors for numbers 1-100 included.
Re-create the grid of numbers on the left into the similarly sized grid on the right. Progressively more challenging as you progress the series.
Re-create the grid of letters on the left into the similarly sized grid on the right. Progressively more challenging as you progress the series.
Re-create the grid of lines you see in the grid on the left into the grid on the right. Progressively more challenging as you progress the series.
Re-create the image you see by completing the missing parts on the three sections. Progressively more challenging as you progress the series.
Fun way to learn contractions and which words go together. Simply print, cut and jumble up the puzzle pieces. Can you put them all together?
This extensive range of symmetry fun tracing exercises worksheets tackle symmetry in its various forms, including mirror symmetry and rotational symmetry.
These 3D shape templates (or 3D nets) are not only excellent for hand-eye coordination skills but they are terrigic fun also.