Matching directions: up, down, or sideways? - Worksheets & Activities | GreatSchools. Visual discrimination.

Aynı Which way is that crazy shape pointing? In this early reading worksheet, your child finds the crazy shape that's pointing in the same direction as the first one.

Visual motor activity that can serve as preperatory activity for students before handwriting tasks

In this worksheet the child has to use their visual motor skills in order to copy the sample path from the mother chicken to the baby chick.

These printable letter b crafts for preschoolers and toddlers are fun free letter of the week activities. B is for bee. Preschool, Prek and kindergarten kids will enjoy this fun cut and paste activity that works on their fine motor skills and visual perception. This activity includes an uppercase and lowercase letter b. via @funwithmama

Letter B Crafts B is for Bee

These printable letter b crafts for preschoolers and toddlers are fun free letter of the week activities. B is for bee. Preschool, Prek and kindergarten kids will enjoy this fun cut and paste activity that works on their fine motor skills and visual perce

Smiley face maze with both visual perceptual and visual motor components - plus more mazes at link - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Happy Face Hints Maze for Individuals to assess visual perceptual skills for identifying the different smiley faces.

Draw the other half! - Worksheets & Activities | GreatSchools

Draw the other half! The worksheet requires the child to draw the other half of each image to make both sides match. This works on visual discrimination and visual memory.

Sponge tangrams are an easy DIY and a fun way to build visual perception and visual motor integration skills with kids.

Sponge Tangrams

Matching the different shaped sponges to create a picture is a good way to challenge visual perceptual skills. This activity is like a puzzle but graded to challenge the child accordingly.

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