Visual Scanning Activities - The OT Toolbox
Visual scanning is an essential part of so many functional skills. What is visual scanning? When you’re reading a line of text in a book, you shift your eyes left to right across the page without losing your place. When you get to the end of the line, you shift your eyes down to the ... Read More about Visual Scanning Activities
More Perceptual App Recommendations
Thank you to Diane Novatnik, OTR for sharing recommendations on perceptual apps from Myfirstapps.com . Here are her great recommendations: Basic Matrix - A free app for iPad. The activity requires visual discrimination by color and image matching. Designed for ages 4+. Matrix Game - Also for iPad and free. This app requires visual discrimination skills of…
Promoting Braille Literacy, Braille Books, Braille Publications, Princeton Braillists Tactile Maps
National Braille Press offers blind children the power of literacy and blind adults access to the printed word.
Fine Motor Skills & Visual Peceptual Skills Activity Video
Complete the Picture: Materials: picture, scissors, glue stick, markers or crayons Purpose: Encourage fine motor and visual perceptual sk...
Visual Perception Figure Drawing - The Anonymous OT
We tested a visual perception figure drawing activity in occupational therapy to develop visual spatial skills. Learn how to develop visual spatial skills!
Simple Visual Closure Activity
Simple Visual Closure Activity Here is a simple and easy visual closure activity with some cutting practice thrown in there. For t...
Wikki Stix for the Sight-Impaired | Wikki Stix
Wikki Stix are an easy way to create tactile graphics, assist with O & M training, map concepts, music lessons, daily living skills and much more. Since they adhere to almost any smooth surface with just fingertip pressure, they are easy to use to provide a raised line effect. Shapes Demonstrate basic
Exploring Braille App Review | WonderBaby.org
Exploring Braille with Madilyn and Ruff is an iPad app that teaches the braille alphabet while also introducing your child to the iPad, VoiceOver and a refreshable braille display.