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Visual skills activities including visual perception, visual motor, and ocular motor
Find 5 Fast - Upper Case Letter Hunt
Find 5 Fast - Upper Case Letter Hunt is a fun resource that works on visual scanning, visual discrimination, letter recognition, and fine motor skills. There are two letter grids per page and at the end is an answer key for all of the letter grids. Children will scan each grid and identify all of th...
Spot the Different Emotion - Animal Series
Spot the Different Emotion Clip Cards - Animal Series is a fun card set that is an excellent resource for working on visual discrimination skills combined with fine motor strengthening and bilateral coordination when using clothespins to clip the one picture that is different on each card. Don't hav...
A-Z Symmetry Tracing, Drawing, and Handwriting
A-Z Tracing, Drawing, and Handwriting is a fun packet of symmetry drawings that include tracing and grid drawing aspects in order to finish the pictures presented on each page. This resource is a great opportunity to practice symmetry, visual motor and visual perceptual (closure) skills. This packe...
Spot the Different Emotion Clip Cards - School Series
Spot the Different Emotion Clip Cards - School Series is a festive card set that is an excellent resource for working on visual discrimination skills combined with fine motor strengthening and bilateral coordination when using clothespins to clip the one picture that is different on each card. Don't...
Map Game for Building Spatial Concepts - The OT Toolbox
Summertime fun in our house means a lot of nights in the backyard with the family. We catch fireflies, play basketball in the driveway, play baseball on the lawn as the sun sets, have fires in the fire pit, and play heated games of tag, hide-and-go-seek, and make lots of summer memories. Most important of all, ... Read more
Visual Perceptual Skills Continued
In our previous Visual Perceptual Skills post, we discussed how our eyes are responsible for performing a variety of complex functions to help us interact with the world around us. In this post, we will take a closer look at the four remaining visual perceptual skills: form constancy, sequential memory, figure ground, and visual closure. #PediatricOT #OT #PediatricOccupationalTherapy #OccupationalTherapy