The purpose of this study was to determine whether a specially designed exercise program might significantly improve the development of motor coordination abilities in visually impaired children during physical education lessons. Blind and visually impaired boys aged 13-14 years participated in the study. The experimental (E) and the control (C) groups consisted of 9 boys. During each physical education class, a set of specific exercises was applied to develop four motor coordination abilities in the experimental group: space-time orientation, dynamic balance, speed of reaction, frequency of movements. The program was implemented during a 6 months period. Physical education classes enriched with a program to assist the development of motor coordination abilities in boys with visual dysfunction significantly improved space-time orientation and speed of reaction. Changes in balance and frequency of movement were insignificant.