Development of Visual Discrimination
The accuracy of the information that our eyes receive and our brain processes is really crucial for the correct perception of our environment. Have you ever imagined how your life would have been if you hadn’t been able, for example, to identify shades of colours, find differences or similarities, recognize direction, etc.? Failing to complete these simple tasks would mean that there would be visual discrimination deficits.
"Getting ready for school" is a series of books dealing with visual discrimination, graphophonology, auditory processing, math literacy, and fine motor skills. All these fields are closely related to each other and are an essential part of the learning process of children aged four and up. Their significance is reflected in a wide range of everyday activities.
A school-going child with poor visual discrimination skills will not be able to recognize details in visual images and may give wrong answers when doing their homework. They need your help.
This e-book "Development of Visual Discrimination" contains structured exercises, activities, and tips for the development of visual discrimination.
More specifically, you will find:
127 printable worksheets of three levels of difficulty, testing children’s ability to:
- recognize shapes
- recognize colours
- recognize size and direction
- match shapes/images
- match letters, numbers, and syllables
- find similarities and differences in images
Type: 1 pdf File
Size: 4,4 MB
Number of pages: 130
Author: Collective Work – Upbility
Translation & Proofreading: Maria Rigli
Readable on: PC / Mac, Tablet PCs, E-Readers