Visual perception reflects the child’s ability to make sense of visual stimuli and their ability to use this information effectively in play and academic work e.g. discriminating b/d, p/q; knowing which lines to writing on and recognising sight words.
Visual motor integration involves the integration of visual perceptual skills with fine motor coordination and motor planning e.g. eye-hand coordination, letter formation and handwriting.
Visual Perception & Visual motor integration are end products of adequate sensory integration, relying heavily on developmental outcomes such as body scheme, motor planning, fluid eye movements, gross and fine motor coordination.