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Visual perceptual activity skills alphabet letter worksheet for occupational therapy, helps kids to sense brain, eyes and daily activities, Free Printable PDF.

Improve a student's ability for visual scanning with this activity. Instructions are to connect letters in alphabetical order alternating between upper case and lower case letters.

Description Improve a student's ability for visual scanning with this activity. Instructions are to connect letters in alphabetical order alternating between upper case and lower case letters.

Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips: Free Visual Perceptual Worksheets!!! Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy/ for therapy resources.

Kids use visual perceptual skills to understand what they see in the environment. Visual perception is needed for writing, reading, and copying from the board. There are many different ways to work on visual perceptual skills. Visual perceptual worksheets can be fun way for kids to improve visual perception. As a special thank you to my readers, I am providing these free visual perceptual worksheets! For free visual perceptual worksheets, click on the following links…

Visual perception activities like this one are the perfect entertainment for a snowy winter day! *This post contains affiliate links.  Read more. Teachers are some of the most creative people I know!  Last week, I was walking through the hallways at school and a new hallway display caught my eye.  The second grade team had decorated their hallway with a winter animal theme. One of the most prominent features of this display was a huge wall of white paper that [Continue Reading]

Visual perception activities like this one are the perfect entertainment for a snowy winter day! this … *This post contains affiliate links. Read more. Teachers are some of the most creative people I know! Last week, I was walking through the hallways at school and a new hallway display caught my eye. The second grade ... Read More about Visual Perception Activities: Snowy Animal Tracks!

Visual Motor Integration is also known as eye hand coordination.  Essentially, this skill is the ability to coordinate the hand in an effective manner directed by vision.  When relying on visual motor skills, a person coordinates their movements based on what they see.  A child requires effective visual motor skills in order to do so many ... Read More about Visual Motor Scanning Activity to Color Match

Visual Motor Integration is also known as eye hand coordination. Essentially, this skill is the ability to coordinate the hand in an effective manner directed by vision. When relying on visual motor skills, a person coordinates their movements based on what they see. A child requires effective visual motor skills in order to do so many ... Read more

Visual Tracking activity using cardboard tubes for recycled creative play and therapy ideas.  Use this in Occupational Therapy for working on reading and writing as well as other functional skills.

If you’ve been following along with us for long, you know that I love to use every day items and recycled materials in play and learning activities. Today, I’m excited to share a free way to work on Visual Tracking Skills in kids. Recently, I wrote a post all about visual tracking skills in kids ... Read more

Great chart for visual attention. Student has to find A, 1, B, 2, C, 3 and so on to Z, 26. Was really hard for some students. Add balance board and peripheral taps to make it more difficult. See this blog post to learn how to do peripheral taps. http://nashvillevisiontherapy.blogspot.com/2013/07/work-that-peripheral-vision.html

Great chart for visual attention. Student has to find A, 1, B, 2, C, 3 and so on to Z, 26. Was really hard for some students. Add balance board and peripheral taps to make it more difficult. See this blog post to learn how to do peripheral taps. http://nashvillevisiontherapy.blogspot.com/2013/07/work-that-peripheral-vision.html