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Visual perception activities can help a child to make sense of the information that the eyes are sending to the brain.
There is some overlap between the different categories of visual perception, and some activities can
be used to boost more than one skill.
If you suspect your child has visual perceptual delays, please seek a professional opinion!
On this page you will find overviews of:
Try these form constancy activities and tips to help your child learn how shapes and forms remain constant.
This skill helps a child to realize that a letter remains the same no matter where it is seen!
Use these visual discrimination activities and games to help your child learn to pay attention to visual details in matching things up and spotting things that don’t belong.
This skill can help a child to correctly perceive letters and numbers where there is only a small difference between them (eg S and 5).
Try these figure-ground perception activities to help your child learn to find information in a busy background, using activities, simple games and worksheet activities.
This skill can help a child to not lose his/her place when reading or when copying from the board.
These visual closure activities can help your child to make sense of things that are only partly visible.
This skill can help a child to read more fluently and decode words more accurately.
Children from deprived backgrounds and kids with developmental delays often struggle to grasp the concept of building puzzles.
These OT Mom articles contain step by step instructions to help parents teach their kids how to do puzzles.
Find out how the exciting Kaleidograph toy can be used to get older kids to work on their visual perceptual skills!
These pages on my site can help you learn more:
Although children should be developing their visual perceptual skills primarily through play and exploring their environment (read more about that here), there is sometimes a place for good quality, well thought out printable activities and worksheets.
These are my favourite printable resources, with exclusive bundle deals for my OT Mom readers.
Well chosen therapy products can be helpful in improving your child's visual perceptual skills.
I have selected a range of visual perceptual products that parents and teachers can make use of at home and in the classroom. You can use the coupon code OTmom to get 15% off your order of $35 or more. Click the images below to view the resources!
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Download and print out these free visual perception information sheets to help others understand more about visual perception.
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