Speech cortex: – formation of an active child’s speech, vocabulary new terms. 3. Thinking, memory, attention, concentration, visual and auditory perception. 4.
Coordination of large movements and the ability to control the body, improve motor skills. 5. Spatial orientation on a sheet of paper and in the surrounding area. 6. Formation skills training activities: – the ability to listen, understand and implement verbal set teacher – the ability to act properly, repeating the pattern shown. The implementation of these tasks with age-appropriate children promotes their intellectual development.
The basic directions of formation of tactile and fine motor skills in children with visual impairment. 1. Correction of touch. The skills of touch and fine motor skills are in different types of material and practical activities. Modeling. During the modeling clay, plasticine is particularly well developed fine motor skills, strengthens the muscles of the fingers, produced by subtle movements of hands and fingers, fixed tactile examination skills, particularly in the sculpting from life. Children who come to our preschool age (usually) three years, can not roll up the sausage, squeeze her palms to the desired force to get a flat. So you have to teach their own formative movement, and its qualities: strength, focus. At first, taking their hands in his, and together we sausages rolls, balls, squeezing them, making a flat shape. Then teaching to model simple objects (vegetables, fruits, mushrooms). In the third and fourth year of the same children learning under the guidance of tutors molded figurines of animals and people.