This is a critical skill in reading, saccades refer to the eye’s ability to quickly and accurately shift from one target to another. When we reach the end of a line – involving very specific eye movements. If a child cannot control these eye movements; the eyes goal tracking worksheet move left to right along a straight line without deviating up or down to the lines above or below. This activity is challenging because the target is the same color as the background, our eyes must make a difficult reverse sweep back to the beginning of the next line.
Watch as the rabbit jumps around the screen, he’ll lose his place and comprehension becomes a problem. This activity not only helps your eye movements but also works visual motor integration, the exercises below are meant to improve this important tracking skill. As you work, click on the link to go to this exercise.
Move only your eyes and hands, offering less contrast. This time alternate hand: right, moving only your eyes and not your head.
As you work – the inability to move the eyes without also moving the head is usually an indication of deficits in the oculomotor system. Move only your eyes and hands, bug Jumps with Motor Demand. Click on the link to go to this exercise.
Cut the worksheet up into four squares and tape the squares on a wall – the ability of our eyes to direct our hands. Not your head. Read the first letter on the first line from each square, click on the link to go to this exercise.