The Best Bean Bags for Sensory, Proprioception, Motor Planning and Visual Motor

By: Integrated Learning Strategies

Bean bag activities are difficult for children, even though they seem easy to most adults. Different bean bags can be used for different purposes, and it is important to remember that not all bean bags are equal.

Bean bags can help children with motor development, such as hand-eye coordination, visual motor skills, attention and focus, gross motor skills, fine motor development, executive functioning skills, and motor planning. The best bean bags for sensory, proprioception, motor planning and visual motor should target a specific area of the child's learning development. Slow and controlled movements are important, and it is important to have the child track the bag with their eyes.

Bean bags can help children with motor development, but slow and controlled movements and tracking the bag with the child's eyes are important.

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