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If you’re looking for easy ways to improve hand-eye coordination, you’re in luck. There are several ways to do so. Keep reading, for a few suggestions.
Five Ways to Improve Hand-Eye Coordination
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An activity as simple as tossing a ball back and forth with another person, helps to improve hand eye coordination. This is a great choice for people of all ages. Even young kids can get into the act, by sitting on the ground and rolling a ball to one another.
When it comes to lacing, you can either use large wooden beads (the kind you buy for young children) and thick shoelaces or somewhat smaller beads and pipe cleaners. The second choice provides a little more stability, which might make it easier for some folks to accomplish the task.
Juggling is a fun way for older children and adults to improve hand-eye coordination. You don’t need any kind of special “juggling” balls to benefit from this activity. Start out with two balls you can hold in one hand and work your way up from there. You can even raid the fridge for a couple of tangerines!
Throw and Catch
Throw and catch differs from the ball toss activity mentioned above. How? You don’t need a second participant to make it work. All you need is something like a beanbag, Nerf ball, ragdoll or even a rolled-up sock… something that won’t hurt you if you fail to catch it and it hits you in the head.
Practice throwing whatever object you choose up in the air and catching it. Once you get fairly proficient at it, try to do the same thing with something a little heavier. You probably be quite surprised by how much this activity really does help to improve how your hands and eyes work together as a team.
As you can see, there are several simple ways to improve hand-eye coordination, even on the go. Don’t stress over it! Just take a few minutes every day to participate in one or more of these activities. Of course, it won’t happen overnight. But, chances are, you’ll notice a change for the better before you know it!