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This company provides unique toys, books, games and puzzles that stimulate a child`s imagination and creativity, have lasting play value, and develop hand-eye coordination, dexterity and visual perception.
Children born to pregnant women who consumed fish oil supplements had better hand-eye coordination than those born to mothers who did not consume fish oil, according to new findings.
Aged two-and-a-half, a total of 72 children were tested on language, behaviour, practical reasoning and hand-eye coordination.
Zinc fortification also raised scores on remembering lists of words and on hand-eye coordination, Penland reported at the Experimental Biooelogy meeting in San Diego this month.
As non-athletic as it sounds, the sport has been shown to increase hand-eye coordination and ambidexterity.
The middle section consists almost entirely of a right hand-left hand imitative sequence, requiring that students have a solid left-hand technique and good hand-eye coordination.
Each of these activities develop hand-eye coordination, and a child with good hand-eye coordination usually does well at tennis.
Trying to return a tiny white ball traveling at more than 100 mph demands the fastest reflexes and hand-eye coordination I can think of.