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UNDER CONSTRUCTION

 

 

                                                          VISUAL-MOTOR SKILLS

 

 

 Fixation: the ability of the eyes to look at a stationary target

Scanning: the ability of the eyes to move on all planes while looking at stationary targets (i.e. moving the eyes left to right while reading) without moving your head

Tracking: the ability of the eyes to follow a moving target without moving your head

Convergence:
the ability of the eyes to work together to focus on a target, bringing your eye together, as the target moves towards you.

 

Divergence:the ability of the eyes to work together to focus on a target as it moves away from you


Saccades:
  fast movements of the eyes that occur when shifting focus from one point to another the visual field

 

 

Visual Motor Skill...hold the bottle with one hand and with the other hand, move the magnet around the maze.