Activity 1: Find your fingertips
Close your eyes and raise both hands above your head. Keep the fingers of your left hand totally still (no wiggling!). With your right hand, quickly touch your index fingertip to your nose, then quickly touch the tip of your thumb of your left hand with the tip of your right index finger. Quickly repeat the entire process while attempting to touch each fingertip (always return to your nose in between fingertip attempts).
Switch hands and try again. How successfully did you locate each fingertip? Did you improve with time? Was there a difference when you used your right versus your left hand?
Try again, but this time, wiggle the fingers of your raised hand while you're doing this.
Activity 2: X marks the spot
Hold a piece of paper against a table top with one hand and hold a pencil in the other. Mark an X on the paper. Next, raise your pencil hand above your head, close your eyes, and make a dot on the paper as near to the X as possible. Open your eyes and check your success. Raise your hand above your head, close your eyes, and attempt to make a dot closer to the X. Do this several times. Finally, repeat with your eyes open.
Activity 3: Handwriting analysis
On a lined sheet of paper, write the word "proprioception". Place your pencil on the same line next to the written word, close your eyes, and write "proprioception" again. Is there a difference in the appearance of the two written words?