Visual impairment affects all areas of child’ development including gross motor skills. Children with visual impairment have a higher risk of motor difficulties in comparison with children without visual impairment. The goal of the present study was to examine the effects of a four-month exercise program in improving the gross motor skills of children with visual impairment. The sample for this study comprised of 24 children with visual impairment (mean age- 14.1 years, SD- 1.5 years). The results of this study showed the positive effects of exercise program on flexibility and balance of children with visual impairment, but no statistically significant improvement in the strength. Given the promising results of the exercise programs, we propose a wider use of supplementary exercise programs for children with visual impairment.