Visual tracking handout for early childhood teachers, educators, and families

The motor skill called visual tracking starts when a baby looks up at their caregiver during a feed 🙂

 

Visual tracking is not only needed for communicating through eye contact, it is also needed for following the location of a moving object, dodging our friends running near us in the playground, and learning how to read.

 

 

Learn more about visual tracking when you download this free visual tracking handout