Hand-Eye Coordination is defined as the ability of the eye to guide the movements of the hand. It appears in 2-3 months of age when a child raises his hands, watching the hands and playing with them.

Activities that encourage the development of Hand-Eye Coordination:

1. Eating

2. Ball Games (throwing and catching the ball, hitting a ball with the racket)

3. Writing (Image 1)

Image 1. Writing

4. Reading (Image 2)

Image 2. Reading

5. Playing with Lego bricks

6. Playing social games like “Don’t Be Angry”

7. Social card games

8. Performing activities such as colorful jewelry

9. Scissor cutting

10. Memory games