Suggested by Bonnie Terry Learning
You can help mprove VISUAL Processing Skills by:
- Visually tracking objects without moving the head.
- Catching objects in space, e.g. bean bags or balls.
- Coloring “in the lines,” copying activities.
- Visual tracking of letters or words with a built in scoring (accountability) system.
- Visual memory activities
- Visual discrimination activities
- Eye-aiming activities
- Visual figure ground activities like hidden pictures
- Visual language activities that build vocabulary
- Play marbles, jacks, and other eye hand skill games
- Do a jigsaw puzzle
- Finger paint
- Do soap carvings (Ivory soap is good for this.)
- Color Hike: Go on a hike and write down all of the things you see that are different colors. How many colors did you see?
- Incher Hike: Go on a hike in your yard or around the block and see how many things you can find that are an inch long, 6 inches long, and a foot long. Compare your lists. What was the most unusual thing you found? The most colorful?
~Thx Bonnie Terry Learning
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