Visual Perceptual Skills: Activities for Visual Memory, Form Constancy, and more!

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Occupational Therapy, Activities, Visual Perceptual




Visual perceptual skills include a child’s ability to process and organize information. These skills help children understand the meaning of objects in their environments and learn new information.

There are several key areas that fall under visual perceptual skills such as visual memory, meaning a child identifies an object and is later to recognize the object when they see it again. Another area is visual discrimination, meaning a child is able to identify differences in the details of images.

Created in collaboration with Chicago Occupational Therapy, this workbook includes a variety of engaging activities to help children build important visual perceptual skills!


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