Motor problems and activity level have received much attention. In addition there is an increasing interest in children with more severe handicaps either with gross motor difficulties or with problems in attention and activity level. It is expected that a child can have a learning difficulty in more than one area like motor coordination without labelling him as a clumsy child. Thinking of the learning difficulties a child has is useful, as it helps to pinpoint his or her specific needs, which is the first step on the way to remediation. Since there is no standard by which one judges the normal activity level of a child of a given age, the designation of hyperactive is based on many subjective factors. This chapter widely explains that learning difficulties in the visual-motor are covered alongside hyperactivity, which is considered as a kind of 'motor' problem.