P.E. teachers (or teachers who won't mind getting hit with a ball a few times) will love this hack for teaching hand-eye coordination. The best part about this game is that it can be adjusted for different sports (i.e. tennis, baseball, etc.)
The best part of this article is the concrete list of things that children who struggle with hand-eye coordination might have trouble doing. If you notice your students having extensive trouble with any of these tasks, it may be best to find alternate accommodations for them until you can pinpoint the problem.
If you have a student who is struggling with hand-eye coordination, this article will help you understand how you can adjust your teaching style to accommodate that student. The use of alternate materials (string included) for projects is mentioned.
Looking to restrict the hand-eye coordination learning to just recess? Perfect. This Japanese toy will help with that. The website also shows brief demonstrations of this toy so that parents and educators alike can see the different forms of the toy. Variations of this toy can be made in the classroom by using just a ball, string, and a cup.