Visual motor integration is a fundamental skill of legible handwriting. Often students with handwriting problems have delays in visual motor skill. At the Visual Motor Integration Station, students have opportunities to practice visual motor skills in activities that emphasize letter formation. This station can be led by a teacher, special educator or occupational therapist. The activities reinforce learning of letter formation and eye hand coordination. Most of the activities require repetition and practice of visual motor skills. The activities can be graded so that students with visual motor delays complete easier or fewer tasks. The small group format offers multiple opportunities for the instructor to provide feedback and reinforcement.