You could try throwing a ball against a wall and catching it with the other hand.
To make things more unpredictable, stand a couple of paces away from the corner of the room and throw the ball at the corner.
I've also heard great things about a "reaction ball". It's a strangely shaped ball that will bounce in many different, and random, directions making you work a lot harder to catch it.
I first came across this as a cricket training tool, but would work well for anyone looking to improve hand eye coordination.
by rikajen7186 years ago
what are the basic skills in baseball?
by biancaalice6 years ago
Can video games be good for a child's learning along with helping their hand and eye coordination?
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