These homework tasks use the principle of crossing the midline to aid in developing visual-spatial perception, coordination and fine motor skills. They are especially useful for young children or older children with dyspraxia.
They have also been proven to be a useful tool for calming and wellbeing, and have been designed to be used by children who struggle with anxiety and related issues. Once these paper based tasks are mastered, children can draw midline eights in the air and gain the same brain benefits.
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