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Dyspraxia is a very common disorder that can affect 5-7% of children between the ages of 5 and 11, but persists into adulthood. It is possible to find strategies to limit the difficulties or to set up compensation tools.

Dyspraxia is a disorder that corresponds to a difficulty in performing certain gestures and voluntary actions. This disorder is the result of a dysfunction in the brain area that controls motor skills.

Dyspraxia can result in several difficulties depending on the type of dyspraxia present. The disorders are divided mainly into two categories:visual-spatial disorders and motor disorders.

In this article, you will get all the information about dyspraxia and examples of activities you can do at home to practice and improve your skills.

Coordination difficulty

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Coordination difficulty

Difficulty in sequencing or in the order of movements

Difficulty of spatial organization

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Visual-spatial disorders

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Difficulty in organizing the gaze

Visual analysis difficulty

Difficulty in perceiving distances

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Motor disorders

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Difficulty in automated movements


Difficulty handling objects


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The Rolling Ball offers a diverse range of 8 games cleverly designed to perfect fine motor skills.

Rolling Ball and COCO THINKS and COCO MOVES - dyspraxia

Coco Thinks and Coco Moves is an application that offers more than 30 educational games as well as a sports break every 15 minutes, including 8 sports games. It aims to support children in their development.



Coordination games with The Rolling Ball

Discover a series of games designed to improve coordination, a skill that is often difficult for children with dyspraxia to master in their daily lives. Coordination is a central aspect of rehabilitation to treat dyspraxia.


Games for visual skills with COCO THINKS AND COCO MOVES

Discover games designed to strengthen visual skills such as perception, analysis, and visual scanning, providing valuable tools to enrich cognitive development. These skills play a crucial role in the learning process.


Games for praxis with COCO THINKS and COCO MOVES

Discover games designed to improve praxis in children with dyspraxia, including sequencing, spatial organization, and movement activities. These playful games offer a fun approach to stimulating motor skills and promoting the development of essential skills.


BONUS: The benefits of a sports break

A sports break offers dyspraxic children a valuable opportunity to stimulate their motor skills and boost their selfconfidence. Encouraging them to participate in appropriate physical activities can also support their focus and overall wellbeing.



Discover a selection of games designed specifically to work on motor skills, with a focus on the development of coordination in children with dyspraxia.

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Chase the circles

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Follow the line

Children with dyspraxia often experience significant difficulties with coordination, which can affect their ability to perform daily tasks and participate fully in social and educational activities. Their motor coordination can be impaired, leading to challenges in simple actions such as dressing, writing, or even holding objects. Activities that require precise timing of movement, such as participating in ball games or sports activities, can also be particularly strenuous for them. These coordination difficulties can not only affect their selfconfidence, but also their emotional and social wellbeing, as they may feel left out or frustrated when they are unable to keep up with their peers. It is therefore crucial to provide specialized support and tailored strategies to help these children overcome their coordination difficulties and reach their full development potential.

The The Rolling Ball app offers a unique interactive experience where children have to tilt the tablet to move the ball that appears on the screen, offering eight different types of exercises. Through this activity, children have the opportunity to work on their coordination, bimanual skills, handeye coordination, and other essential cognitive functions. This playful and interactive approach is particularly beneficial for supporting dyspraxic children who encounter difficulties in these areas. By providing them with an engaging learning environment tailored to their needs, The Rolling Ball helps these children develop their motor and cognitive skills effectively while promoting their selfconfidence.

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Tilt the tablet to move the ball to reach the goal.

This game can be useful for children with dyspraxia as it offers an interactive and engaging way to work on their motor coordination and ability to control movement, while boosting their concentration and confidence. By using familiar technological devices like tablets, this game can also make learning more accessible and enjoyable for these children.

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Chase the circles

Tilt the tablet to get the ball between the circle. Once you reach a circle, another one appears in another position.

The child must therefore wait to see where the circle appears and immediately adapt his movement. The child must therefore continue to change the direction of the ball, adapting his muscle tone. In addition, he must try to get the ball to the next circle as quickly as possible, so the child must find the best route for the ball to take.

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Follow the line

Tilt the tablet to move the ball across the screen along the line.

The child must adapt his movement and the muscle tone of his arms and hands to make the ball move. He must also look at the line on the screen and therefore anticipate the direction the ball should take. This game allows you to work on their motor coordination and spatial awareness, while allowing them to develop their control and precision skills in a familiar virtual environment.

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Visual skills games with Coco Thinks and Coco Moves offer a fun way to improve children’s spatial perception, pattern recognition and concentration.



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Noah's Ark

Children with dyspraxia may have difficulty in organizing their gaze. This difficulty manifests itself with a difficulty in reading (since the eye cannot follow the line), in the ability to count objects because the organization of the gaze is not fluid and therefore the child may forget or count an object twice, or even a difficulty in searching for or analyzing objects. In this case, too, the gaze does not follow a logical analysis so the child may not notice important details of the objects.

Another visual-spatial difficulty is the difficulty in placing elements in relation to each other in space. The child may therefore have difficulty calculating distances or relationships between objects. This manifests itself with difficulties in drawing or in subjects such as geometry. Again, the child may bump into furniture because his perception of distance and space is impaired.

COCO THINKS and COCO MOVES is an application full of educational games designed to stimulate all cognitive functions in children, thus accompanying them in their learning journey.

These games are meticulously tailored to allow every child, regardless of level, to strengthen their skills and progress over time. Incorporating a sports break every 15 minutes, the app offers the child the opportunity to take a welldeserved break while also working on their motor skills.

This holistic approach promotes a global and balanced development while making learning fun and rewarding.



Find the pair of images among those proposed.  

This game offers a challenging activity that specifically targets their motor coordination and ability to visually process information. By identifying and matching pairs of images, children can exercise concentration, visual memory, and spatial perception, while gradually improving their cognitive skills.

Simili game


Replicate the positions of the COCO character.

This game improves childrens concentration and responsiveness by prompting them to quickly identify the shapes presented in the model. Secondly, it promotes the development of handeye coordination, which is essential for various daily activities. In addition, by providing a cognitive challenge, it also boosts visual memory and problemsolving ability.

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Noah’s Ark

Slide the pairs of animals into the ark.

This game engages visual skills by presenting pictures of animals to children, inviting them to identify matching pairs. In addition, by requiring quick and accurate recognition of matches, the game stimulates visual memory and concentration. All in all, it offers a playful opportunity to improve essential visual skills while having fun.

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Discover a variety of games specifically designed to improve praxia in dyspraxic children. By encouraging the exploration and practice of specific gestures, these activities help to strengthen the skills essential to their daily autonomy.



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Snowball Effect


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The child may have difficulty performing complex voluntary movements automatically. These movements are called praxis“. This means that a child with dyspraxia has to concentrate on each of his movements and it takes a lot of energy. We do a lot of activities without thinking about it, such as tying our shoes, throwing a ball or opening the lock on the door. In dyspraxia, almost no movement is automated.

Since the movements are not automatic and the child has to think about what to do, the second difficulty is poor coordination of gestures. This is because the dyspraxic child may drop objects or have difficulty handling them. For example, the child may have difficulty using scissors, rulers or erasers.

Finally, the last difficulty is in the assembly of the parts. The child may have difficulty manipulating objects or following a sequence. The most challenging activities are construction games or puzzles. By having coordination difficulties, the child can also have difficulties in sports if there are activities that are easier than others. For example, swimming is advised for children with dyspraxia.


Position the pieces to fill the model.

This game requires precise motor planning and visualmotor coordination to manipulate the different pieces and position them appropriately to recreate specific shapes. By performing these actions, dyspraxic children can improve their ability to anticipate and execute complex movements, while developing their spatial perception and understanding of the relationships between shapes.

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Snowball effect

Click on an arrow to go to all of them.

In this game, the child has to plan and coordinate their movements to reach the different arrows, which strengthens their ability to perform precise motor actions. The game also stimulates their spatial perception and understanding of directions. In addition, by providing clear goals to work towards, it promotes focus and problemsolving, which are essential for the development of praxic skills.

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Congested Parking

Move the cars in order to get the yellow car out of the parking lot.

This task requires precise motor planning, visualmotor coordination, and the ability to anticipate the movements of different cars. By exercising these skills, children can improve their ability to plan and perform complex motor actions, while also strengthening their understanding of the relationship between objects in space. In addition, the game also encourages problemsolving, challenging players to come up with the best strategy to free the yellow car.




Discover the benefits of a sports break for children with dyspraxia as well as the sports games offered in the COCO app


The Acrobat

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The Yogi Apprentice

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Dance with Coco

A sports break plays a crucial role in the development of dyspraxic children, providing a multitude of benefits for their motor skills and overall wellbeing. In addition to improving their coordination, balance and muscle strength, it allows them to develop better body awareness and coordination of movements, aspects that are often disrupted in dyspraxic children. In addition, adaptive sports activities provide an inclusive environment where these children can thrive, boosting their selfconfidence and selfesteem. In addition, participation in sports games also promotes the development of valuable social skills such as cooperation, ruleabiding, and teamwork, contributing to their social integration and emotional wellbeing. In short, the sports break is of paramount importance in supporting the overall development of dyspraxic children, both physically and psychosocially.

COCO THINKS and COCO MOVES includes a sports break every 15 minutes of use, thus offering moments of respite from prolonged use of screens. Sports activities remain accessible at all times, allowing children to practice them at their convenience. Designed specifically to work on motor skills, spatial body perception, and other motor skills, these activities are tailored to meet each childs individual needs.

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The Acrobat

Imitates the postures of the character COCO.

This game helps improve motor coordination, spatial perception, and understanding of body movements. By mimicking the postures of the COCO character, children can strengthen their body awareness and ability to reproduce precise gestures, which is essential for overcoming the challenges of dyspraxia. In addition, this game also promotes the development of muscle memory, thus helping to improve the gross motor skills of dyspraxic children.


The Yogi Apprentice

Imitate yoga postures and breathe deeply.

Yoga offers many benefits to children with dyspraxia. First of all, it promotes the development of coordination and balance, helping them to become aware of their body and its movements. By practicing specific postures, children with dyspraxia can strengthen their muscle tone and improve their proprioception, which is crucial for overcoming the challenges of dyspraxia. Additionally, yoga encourages relaxation and stress management, which can help reduce the anxiety often associated with this disorder.

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Dance with COCO

Dance to the rhythm of the music.

By dancing to the music, children with dyspraxia can improve their motor coordination, synchronizing their movements with the rhythms and sounds. This activity also promotes the development of body awareness and proprioception, which is essential for better movement control and overcoming the challenges associated with dyspraxia.



Here are all the technical data sheets for the games presented, with the cognitive functions stimulated by each game.

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Congested Parking technical sheet for children with dyspraxia EN
Technical sheet Noah's Ark EN
Technical sheet  COCO The Walker for children with dyspraxia EN
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