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Aim: The purpose of this study was to Comparison of the effectiveness of interventions of motion games, mental and combination on spatial perception capability of students of low vision. Methods: The present study is a semi-experimental study with three groups. The statistical population of this study was comprised of all 9-12 year-old students of general and exceptional schools in Kermanshah, of these, 30 subjects were randomly selected into three groups of 10 people, with a sharp visibility of between 0.05 and 0.4 diopters. The groups were trained for 8 weeks, 2 sessions per week and 60 minutes each session. To measure the spatial perception of the subjects, the test throwing the ball to the goal and dribbling the ball for 15 seconds was used. Statistical operations using descriptive statistics, T-test, One- Way Anova and LSD post hoc test was performed. Results: Our data showed that test throwing the ball all three training methods resulted in significant advances in the spatial perception of children. However, the difference observed between the groups was not statistically significant. Test dribbling the ball, the only way to develop the spatial perception were combined training. In addition, between-group comparisons of the significant advantages of this method were compared to the mental and physical practice implications. Conclusion: findings show in complicated physical activity for children with low vision to growspatial capability is better that used than mental practice combined with physical.