Is the future of cursive writing doomed? In this modern age of using keyboards and moving our thumbs on smart phones to write cryptic notes in our attempts to communicate, are we losing something important? Students no longer have teachers peering over their shoulders to make sure they are holding their pencil correctly and forming […]
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What is Vision?
“I know my child is smart but something is holding her back. We have tried everything to help her. She still doesn’t like to read, homework is a battle, and she works harder than everyone else. I never thought it could be a visual issue because she has always passed her school screenings and has […]
Vision development in children involves not only the development of good eyesight such as 20/20 vision but also fine motor development, gross motor development, and visual perceptual development. A large part of visual development in children takes place when they are preschoolers, and proper vision development in children closely follows the cognitive stages for […]
Visual development in children is extremely important in producing good gross motor development, fine motor development, and to achieve the proper cognitive stages for child development. Children with poor vision development will often exhibit learning problems when they start grade school and may tend to be clumsy and disorganized. So it’s important to know if […]
Vision development in children is a very important part of child development which influences fine motor development, gross motor development, and visual perceptual development. Good visual development in children is necessary for proper brain maturation, and, many cognitive stages of child development may be delayed and learning problems could arise if proper vision development has […]