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Visual Motor / Visual Perception Activities

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A free iTunes app to build visual discrimination skills.

Suggested activities to help develop visual skills listed by age from 0-3 months to 4-5 years.

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Cognitive Quick Tips - helping parents and teachers strengthen visual memory skills at home and in the classroom

Touchstone Tidbits: Because we know that you're on the go! an easy on the go way to practice making diagonal lines.

Letter hunt...When students find the letters in the bottle of sand, they mark them off. This would be fun and take some time!

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Popsicle Stick Patterns Busy Bags This is a brain workout. Kids need to match the pattern on the cards with colored popsicle sticks to make it look like the card. Totally diy!

The Objective of the Lego Listening Game … is for one player to arrange his/her blocks in exactly the same design/pattern as the other player. The catch is that players cannot see each others’ blocks/board but must rely only on verbal instructions. This is a fabulous game for developing both spoken language and vocabulary as well as listening skills! Great idea for my ell's!

Tons of free printable Visual Perception Activities and Worksheets

Lay out a complete alphabet with letter cards, then let kids sort letters to match. Use letter tiles from games, plastic/magnetic letters, by marsha

Magnetic Pattern Block Kit - Melissa & Doug Classic Toys - Events

This picture completion game captures a childs attention while stimulating a mental focus, attention to detail and part-whole perception skills.

Functional matching activity to address visual perception.

Free! Spatial Concepts: Questions about Object Locations

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Occupational Therapy vs. Vision Therapy: Which one do you really need? From

Tasks Galore -sequencing task with visual cues.

How easy would this be to make-- trace shape sorter shapes onto solid paper then glue onto uniform circles-- good for sorting, matching, visual perception skills, etc!

What a great activity to develop visual closure skills! How fun that it looks like a snowman and the student needs to come up with a different idea that works.