A Guide to Bilateral Coordination
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Handouts & Parent Resources, Occupational Therapy, Activities, Gross Motor
Bilateral coordination is the ability to coordinate both sides of the body at the same time when completing a task. Development of bilateral coordination is necessary for many areas of gross motor skills such as walking, skipping, or riding a bike. Fine motor skills, such as holding paper while cutting with scissors, buttoning, or stringing beads, also require bilateral coordination!
This resource offers helpful information for parents and caregivers, as well as over 50 activity suggestions for the following age groups:
- 2 years
- 3 years
- 4 years
- 5+ years
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