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Developing Ocular Motor and Visual Perceptual Skills


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Chapter 1: How to Use This Book
Chapter 2: The Complexity of Reading
Chapter 3: Eye Movements and Reading
Chapter 4: Ocular Motor
OM-1: Colored Overlays
OM-2: Figure Ground
OM-3 :Static Fixation
OM-4: Line Counting
OM-5: Fixation Activities
OM-6: Four Corner Fixation
OM-7: Pencil Pursuits
OM-8: Number Pursuits
OM-9: Global Scanning
OM-10: Letter Search
OM-11: Words in Words
OM-12: Visual Scanning
OM-13: Yardstick Fixations
OM-14: Pencils With Numbers
OM-15: String Reading
OM-16: Near-Far Letter Naming
OM-17: Baseball Fixations
OM-18: Spatial Attention
OM-19: Peripheral Training
OM-20: Marsden Ball
OM-21: VMC Bat
OM-22: Brock String
OM-23: Pursuit Reading
OM-24: Dictionary Training
OM-25: Board-Book Reading
OM-26: Orthography Activities
Chapter 5: Gross Motor
GM-1: One Foot Hop
GM-2: Stepping Stones
GM-3: Heel and Toe Rock
GM-4: Pattern Hopping
GM-5: Gross Motor Balance Sequencing
GM-6: Foot Tapping
GM-7: Bean Bag Basketball
GM-8: Crawling Activities
GM-9: Marine Crawl
GM-10: Creeping Activities
GM-11: Colored Squares
GM-12: Head Tilt
GM-13: Eight Square Bouncing
GM-14: Letter Tracking and Bouncing a Ball
GM-15: Activities for Ball Bouncing
GM-16: Beanbag Activities
GM-17: Balance Board on Hands and Knees
GM-18: VMC Bat While Balancing
GM-19: Tape Walking
GM-20: Walking Rail / Balance Beam
GM-21: Trampoline
GM-22: Jump Rope Activities
GM-23: Rhythm
GM-24: Rhythm - 2
GM-25: Finger to Thumb
GM-26: Dual - Task
GM-27: Rhyme/Sound Categorization
GM-28: Mental Rotations
GM-29: Visual Imagery
Chapter 6: Visual Motor Perception
VMP-1: Bean Counting
VMP-2: Nuts and Bolts
VMP-3: Line Drawing
VMP-4: Flashlight Activities
VMP-5: Angles and Oblique Lines
VMP-6: Proximal and Distal Kinesthetic Reinforcement
VMP-7: Motor Planning
VMP-8: Kinesthesia
VMP-9: Finish the Designs
VMP-10: Geoboards
VMP-11: Dot Pattern Designs
VMP-12: Can You Imagine a Shape?
VMP-13: Matchsticks
VMP-14: Lines and Shapes
VMP-15: Round Paper Drawings
VMP-16: Occluded Vision Copying
VMP-17: Triangle and Square
VMP-18: Bimanual Coordination
VMP-19: Continuity
VMP-20: Points and Continuity
VMP-21: Handwriting Development
VMP-22: Letter Size Spelling
VMP-23: Frequently Difficult Letters
VMP-24: Pencil Grip Relaxation
VMP-25: Mirror Image Activities
VMP-26: Eye-Hand and Fine Motor Control
VMP-27: Space Matching
VMP-28: 3-D Tic-Tac-Toe
VMP-29: Spatial Relationships
VMP-30: The Relationship of "Surrounding"
VMP-31: Linear and Circular Order
VMP-32: Knots VMP-33 Vectors
Chapter 7: Visual Memory
VM-1: Identifying Digit Span
VM-2: Clock Memory Game
VM-3: Auditory Span
VM-4: Color Sequencing
VM-5: Sequence Memory Skills
VM-6: Rhythm
VM-7: Hand Sequencing
VM-8: Digit Span/Spatial Task
VM-9: Sentence Endings
VM-10: Daily Memories
VM-11: Motor Sequencing
VM-12: Upper and Lower Case
VM-13: Semantic Association
VM-14: Chunking
VM-15: Number Scans and Math
VM-16: Colors for Directions
VM-17: Scan Memory
VM-18: Visual Spatial Memory
VM-19: Initial Blends
VM-20: Sign Language Alphabet
VM-21: Word List/Two Second Span
VM-22: Consonants
VM-23: Verb Generation
VM-24: Grid Dots
VM-25: Word Shapes A VM-26 Dual Task
VM-27: Word Shapes B
Chapter 8: Laterality &BR<-1: Head Roll &BR<-2: Body Roll &BR<-3: Maze Game &BR<-4: Flashlight Walking &BR<-5: Walking Procedure &BR<-6: Numbered Circles on Marker Board &BR<-7: Angels in the Snow &BR<-8: Coding on Marker Board &BR<-9: Tactile Reinforcement &BR<-10: The Clock Game &BR<-11: Midline Training &BR<-12: Reciprocal Movements &BR<-13: Tic-Tac-Toe &BR<-14: Xs Procedure &BR<-15: Arrows on Board &BR<-16: Vertical Lines &BR<-17: Body Awareness &BR<-18: Laterality Coding &BR<-19: Directional "U" Saccades &BR<-20: Directional Arrows
Chapter 9: Reversals
Rev-1: Letter Orientation
Rev-2: B-D-P-Q Sorting
Rev-3: Directional "U" Saccades
Rev-4: Directional Arrows Rev-5 Teach Letters by Classes
Rev-6: Flash Cards and Reversed Letters
Rev-7: Fill in the Loops
Rev-8: The Bed
Rev-9: Vectors
Rev-10: Commonly Reversed Words
Rev-11: Distinctive Features
Rev-12: Bilateral Circles
Rev-13: Marker Board Squares
Rev-14: Figure Eights
Rev-15: Triangle and Square
Rev-16: Felt Letters
Rev-17: Magazine Letter Hunt
Chapter 10: Examples of Daily Lesson Plans

Glossary of Terms

A: Questionnaire
B: Important Names and Addresses


About the Author

Kenneth A. Lane, OD is a doctor of optometry and a fellow with the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. Since his first book, Reversal Errors: Theories and Therapy Procedures, in 1988, Dr. Lane has published Developing Your Child for Success, and a series of workbooks that deal with eye tracking and perception. He started the Lane Learning Center to help learning-disabled children in 1980. Visual Attention in Children: Theories and Activities is the result of 3 years of research. Dr. Lane lives with his wife, Janet, in north Texas and spends his leisure time in Ruidoso, New Mexico.


"Professionals who are looking for a way to assess and address a variety of fine motor and visual perception deficiencies will welcome this workbook into their practices. The book will be of help to parents and teachers as well."

- Savannah Jones, Review Editor, SirReadaLot.org "...if you are in need of suggested activities and possible ways of developing interventions, this text can serve as a starting point."

- Leonard G. Trujillo, PhD, OTR/L, East Carolina University Occupational Therapy in Healthcare

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