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Activities to sharpen your eye‑hand coordination

Many activities can help improve eye-hand coordination. Examples include racquet sports, swimming, tai chi, noncontact boxing, playing catch or cornhole, bouncing a ball against a wall, juggling, throwing darts, sewing or knitting, painting or drawing, or playing a video game. If an activity is too challenging, one can modify it to make it easier. For example: if a ball is too small for catch, one can hit a balloon back and forth; if it’s too hard to play table tennis with a Ping-Pong ball, one can use a larger ball such as a pickleball.
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