– Vision Therapy Homework –

What does vision therapy homework look like?
Eye patches. Coins. Straws. Worksheets. Flashlights. Moving eyes. Still heads.
Here is a glimpse into Kory’s vision therapy homework for the week. Please excuse the quality of the photos. My phone is its last days!

Pointer Straw – To put a pointer in a straw in different spots. Works on computing space.
Coin circles – to follow the coin as it travels in a circle – horizontal, vertical and figure 8s.  Helps with fine control of slowly and smoothly moving the eyes.
Circle and Squares – Not sure what it works on because there wasn’t a written instruction sheet on this – only verbal instructions from his instructor.
Flashlight pointing at post it notes while reading the letters on the paper. Works on peripheal vision.

Cade was determined to get in on the action too. 🙂

I’m attempting to take part in the “The Fifth Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge” through the month of March. The challenge is run by Two Writing Teachers.

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