Missing Word Sequential Memory 3

Missing Word Sequential Memory 3

In the “Missing Word Sequential Memory” worksheets, the student must remember all the words on the first page so that they can identify the word that is missing on the second page from memory. Divided into the following sections: Missing Word Sequential Memory - Three Words (4 Worksheets) Missing Word Sequential Memory - Four Words (3 Worksheets) Missing Word Sequential Memory - Five Words (2 Worksheets) The following sight words are covered: after, again, an, any, as, ask, by, could, every, fly, from, give, giving, had, has, her, him, his, how, just, know, let, live, may, of, old, once, open, over, put, round, some, stop, take, thank, them, then, think, walk, were, when Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Sequential Memory Visual Sequential Memory is the ability to remember and recall a sequence of visual images such as letters, shapes, numbers, symbols or objects in the correct order. In the “Missing Word Sequential Memory” worksheets, the student must form a mental image of the words in the sequence on the first page, in order to recall the words in the same order when they are no longer visible. In so doing, the student will be able to identify which word is missing in the sequence on the second page. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (not confusing the background or any surrounding images with the important stimulus). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. In order to complete the “Missing Word Sequential Memory” worksheets successfully, the student must attend to one word/box at a time within the busy field of all the other surrounding words/boxes. Visual Motor Integration Visual Motor Integration relates to the coordination of visual perceptual skills with body movement (the use of visual information to guide a motor task). For fine motor tasks, the eyes inform the arm and hand muscles where to go like "follow the leader”, so that motor output matches visual input. In the “Missing Word Sequential Memory” worksheets, the student's eyes must guide their hand to copy the missing word in a fluid and controlled manner. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Sight Words Builder 3 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Semaphore Flag Codes

Semaphore Flag Codes

In the “Semaphore Flag Codes” worksheets, the student must decode the sentence to reveal an interesting fact by using the code sheet. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Spatial Relationships Spatial Relationships perception is the ability to identify the position of two or more visual stimuli in relation to oneself and/or in relation to each other. In the “Semaphore Flag Codes” worksheets, the student must analyse how the arms of each man relate to each other (analyse their position), for example, the one arm is straight up in the air and the other is straight out to the left side. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Semaphore Flag Codes” worksheets successfully, the student must focus on one code at a time within the busy field of all the other codes. They must also be able to find the particular code that they are trying to identify in amongst the other codes on the code sheet. Visual Discrimination Visual Discrimination is the ability to identify differences and similarities between two or more visual stimuli by analysing their individual characteristics and distinctive features. In the “Semaphore Flag Codes” worksheets, the student must compare the features of any similar looking codes, in order to distinguish between them. Position in Space Position in Space perception is the ability to identify the position of any given visual stimulus in relation to oneself. In the “Semaphore Flag Codes” worksheets, the student must analyse the position of the men's arms in relation to their own body for any codes that are a mirror image of each other, in order to distinguish between them. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 3 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Missing Word (3 Letters)

Missing Word (3 Letters)

In the “Missing Words (3 Letters)” worksheets, the student must remember all the words in each box on the first page, so that they can identify which word is missing on the second page. This file contains 10 worksheets Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Memory Visual Memory is the ability to remember what is seen for immediate recall. It involves forming a mental image or picture of the characteristics of any given shape, symbol, object or pattern once the stimulus has been removed. In the “Missing Word (3 Letters)” worksheets, the student must form a mental image of each word on the first page, in order to recall them when they are no longer visible. In so doing, the student will be able to identify which word is missing on the second page. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. In order to complete “Missing Word (3 Letters)” worksheets successfully, the student must attend to one word at a time within the busy field of all the other surrounding words. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 2 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Simple Spot the Difference

Simple Spot the Difference

Children learn through observing the nuances of everything they see in the world around them. Many objects in our environments appear similar at first glance. By comparing and contrasting the images in these worksheets, the student is trained to become more adept at quickly noticing small differences in things around them. In the “Simple Spot the Difference” worksheets, the student must identify two differences between the pictures. This file contains 20 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Discrimination Visual Discrimination is the ability to identify differences and similarities between two or more visual stimuli by analysing their individual characteristics and distinctive features. In the “Simple Spot the Difference” worksheets, the student must compare the features of each of the two pictures in order to identify what is missing/different. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Simple Spot the Difference” worksheets successfully, the student must bounce between the two pictures to compare all the details, attending to each detail in turn. Visual Motor Integration Visual Motor Integration relates to the coordination of visual perceptual skills with body movement (the use of visual information to guide a motor task). For fine motor tasks, the eyes inform the arm and hand muscles where to go like "follow the leader”, so that motor output matches visual input. In the “Simple Spot the Difference” worksheets, the student's eyes must guide their hand in order to fill in the missing lines/parts in a fluid and controlled manner. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 1 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Same Picture-Missing Part

Same Picture-Missing Part

In the “Same Picture-Missing Part” worksheets, the student must identify which picture would be the same as the example if it were completed. This file contains 10 worksheets Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Closure Visual Closure is the ability to recognise any given visual stimulus from an incomplete presentation (part of the stimulus is missing). The ability to identify what we are seeing without having to analyse every detail enables us to process information in our environment quickly. In the “Same Picture-Missing Part” worksheets, the student must mentally fill in the parts that are missing in each of the pictures, in order to identify which of the three potential answers is the same as the example. Visual Discrimination Visual Discrimination is the ability to identify differences and similarities between two or more visual stimuli by analysing their individual characteristics and distinctive features. In the “Same Picture-Missing Part” worksheets, the student must compare the features of any similar looking pictures, in order to distinguish between them. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Same Picture-Missing Part” worksheets successfully, the student must focus on each picture in turn within the busy field of the surrounding pictures. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 1 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Airport Code Story

Airport Code Story

In the “Airport Code Story” worksheets, the student must decode the story using the code list. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Spatial Relationships Spatial Relationships perception is the ability to identify the position of two or more visual stimuli in relation to oneself and/or in relation to each other. In the “Airport Code Story” worksheets, the student must analyse how the dots and the dashes relate to each other, in order to search for the same code. For example, the dot is between the two dashes, or there are two dashes followed by three dots. Visual Discrimination Visual Discrimination is the ability to identify differences and similarities between two or more visual stimuli by analysing their individual characteristics and distinctive features. In the “Airport Code Story” worksheets, the student must compare the features of any similar looking codes, in order to distinguish between them. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Airport Code Story” worksheets successfully, the student must focus on one code at a time within the busy field of all the other codes on the sentence sheet. The student must also be able to find the particular code that they are looking for in the code list on the left hand side of the page. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 3 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Picture Sequences

Picture Sequences

In the “Picture Sequences” worksheets, the student must remember the sequence on the first page, so that they can identify the same pictures on the second page. This file contains 8 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Sequential Memory Visual Sequential Memory is the ability to remember and recall a sequence of visual images such as letters, shapes, numbers, symbols or objects in the correct order. In the “Picture Sequences” worksheets, the student must form a mental image of the sequence on the first page, in order to number the butterflies/birds/fish in the same order on the second page when the sequence in no longer visible. Visual Discrimination Visual Discrimination is the ability to identify differences and similarities between shapes, symbols, objects or patterns, by analyzing their individual characteristics and distinctive features. In the “Picture Sequences” Worksheets, the student needs to compare the features of any similar looking butterflies/birds/fish on the second page, in order to distinguish between them. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (not confusing the background or any surrounding images with the important stimulus). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. In order to complete the “Picture Sequences” worksheets successfully, the student must find the butterflies/birds/fish that they saw on the first page within the busy field of all the other surrounding butterflies/birds/fish on the second page. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 3 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Overlapping Shapes

Overlapping Shapes

In the “Overlapping Shapes” worksheets, the student must find the 3 shapes that make up the design at the top of the page. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Analysis and Synthesis Visual Analysis and Synthesis is the ability to recognise how certain parts make a whole. In the “Overlapping Shapes” worksheets, the student must recognise which shapes fit together to form the design at the top of the page (see how the “pieces” form a “whole”). Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Overlapping Shapes” worksheets successfully, the student must follow the outlines of each of the shapes in the design at the top of the page in turn (not get confused by the lines of the other overlapping shapes). Visual Discrimination Visual Discrimination is the ability to identify differences and similarities between shapes, symbols, objects or patterns, by analysing their individual characteristics and distinctive features. In the “Overlapping Shapes” worksheets, the student must compare the features of any similar looking shapes, for example, an oval/circle or a square/rectangle, in order to distinguish between them. Visual Motor Integration Visual Motor Integration relates to the coordination of visual perceptual skills with body movement (the use of visual information to guide a motor task). For fine motor tasks, the eyes inform the arm and hand muscles where to go like "follow the leader”, so that motor output matches visual input. In the “Overlapping Shapes” worksheets, the student's eyes must guide their hand to trace the shapes in a fluid and controlled manner. Tracing encourages the accurate placement and movement of a pencil on a sheet of paper. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 2 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Hidden Word (3 Letters)

Hidden Word (3 Letters)

In the “Hidden Word (3 Letters)” worksheets, the student must identify each hidden word and circle the correct answer, This file contains 20 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Closure Visual Closure is the ability to recognise any given visual stimulus from an incomplete presentation (part of the stimulus is missing). The ability to identify what we are seeing without having to analyse every detail enables us to process information in our environment quickly. In the “Hidden Word (3 Letters)” worksheets, the student must mentally fill in the parts/pieces of the letters that are missing, in order to identify the whole word. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Hidden Word (3 Letters)” worksheets successfully, the student must focus on one word/row at a time within the busy filed of all the other words/rows. Visual Discrimination Visual Discrimination is the ability to identify differences and similarities between shapes, symbols, objects or patterns, by analysing their individual characteristics and distinctive features. In the “Hidden Word (3 Letters)” worksheets, the student must compare the features of any similar looking words, in order to distinguish between them. Visual Motor Integration Visual Motor Integration relates to the coordination of visual perceptual skills with body movement (the use of visual information to guide a motor task). For fine motor tasks, the eyes inform the arm and hand muscles where to go like "follow the leader”, so that motor output matches visual input. In the “Hidden Word (3 Letters)” worksheets, the student's eyes must guide their hand in order to fill in the missing parts in the words in a fluid and controlled manner. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 2 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Jumble 3 Letters to Form Word

Jumble 3 Letters to Form Word

In the “Jumble 3 Letters to Form Word” worksheets, the student must jumble the letters to form a word in each box. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Analysis and Synthesis Visual Analysis and Synthesis is the ability to recognise how certain parts make a whole. In the “Jumble 3 Letters to Form Word” worksheets, the student must recognise how the individual letters fit together to form a word (see how the “pieces” form a “whole”). Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Jumble 3 Letters to Form Word” worksheets successfully, the student must filter out the visual distraction of the other blocks/letters on the page, in order to focus on building one word at a time. Visual Motor Integration Visual Motor Integration relates to the coordination of visual perceptual skills with body movement (the use of visual information to guide a motor task). For fine motor tasks, the eyes inform the arm and hand muscles where to go like "follow the leader”, so that motor output matches visual input. In the “Jumble 3 Letters to Form Word” worksheets, the student's eyes must guide their hand to copy the letters in a fluid and controlled manner. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 2 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Word Building From Table

Word Building From Table

In the “Word Building form Table” worksheets, the student must identify the three blocks that will build the word. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Analysis and Synthesis Visual Analysis and Synthesis is the ability to recognise how certain parts make a whole. In the “Word Building From Table” worksheets, the student must recognise which “pieces” or blocks fit together to form each word (see how the “pieces” form a “whole”). Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Word Building From Table” worksheets successfully, the student must scan the rows in the box and pinpoint the “pieces” that will build each word, within the busy field of all the other surrounding “pieces”. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 3 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Identify Left-Right

Identify Left-Right

In the “Identify Left-Right” worksheets, the student must identify whether the body part that is circled is on the left or right. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Position in Space Position in Space perception is the ability to identify the position of any given visual stimulus in relation to oneself. In the “Identify Left-Right” worksheets, the student must analyse the position of the body parts of each person using their own body as a reference point. They must take into account that the person is a mirror image of themselves. In so doing, they will be able to identify which body parts are on the left and which are on the right. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 2 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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3 Letter Missing Sequence

3 Letter Missing Sequence

In the 3 Letter Missing Sequence worksheets, the student must remember the sequence on the first page, so that they can identify the missing letter on the second page. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Sequential Memory Visual Sequential Memory is the ability to remember and recall a sequence of visual images such as letters, shapes, numbers, symbols or objects in the correct order. In the “3 Letter Missing Sequence” worksheets, the student must form a mental image of each letter in the sequence on the first page, in order to recall them in the correct order when the sequence is no longer visible. In so doing, the student will be able to identify which letter is missing on the second page. Visual Discrimination Visual Discrimination is the ability to identify differences and similarities between two or more visual stimuli by analyzing their individual characteristics and distinctive features. In the “3 Letter Missing Sequence” Worksheets, the student needs to compare the features of any similar looking letters amongst the four possible answers, in order to identify which letter is exactly the same as the one that they recall is missing. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. In order to complete the “3 Letter Missing Sequence” Worksheets successfully, the student must attend to each letter in the sequence in turn, within the busy field of all the other surrounding letters on the page. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 1 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Hidden Shapes

Hidden Shapes

In the “Hidden Shapes” worksheets, the student must find 5 hidden shapes and outline them. Shapes exist throughout our environment, and an ability to identify common shapes is an important skill. These worksheets reinforce the learning process by combining two senses – vision (looking for specific shapes amongst others) and touch (tracing the outline of the shapes). This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Hidden Shapes” worksheets successfully, the student must focus on the shapes and ignore the zigzag lines or squiggle lines Form Constancy Form Constancy is the ability to recognize any given visual stimulus as the same despite changes in its presentation, such as, size, color, texture, direction, orientation or context. In the “Hidden Shapes” worksheets, the student must find the same shapes even though they are presented in a different manner (different angles/positions, different sizes). Visual Motor Integration Visual Motor Integration relates to the coordination of visual perceptual skills with body movement (the use of visual information to guide a motor task). For fine motor tasks, the eyes inform the arm and hand muscles where to go like "follow the leader”, so that motor output matches visual input. In the “Hidden Shapes” worksheets, the student's eyes must guide their hand to trace the outline of the shapes in a fluid and controlled manner. Tracing encourages the accurate placement and movement of a pencil on a sheet of paper. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 2 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Object Positions

Object Positions

In the “Object Positions” Worksheets, the student must identify the correct answer to the question in each box by analysing how the objects relate to each other, and by using their own body as a reference point. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Position in Space Position in Space perception is the ability to identify the position of any given visual stimulus in relation to oneself. In the “Object Positions” Worksheets, the student must analyse the position of each object in relation to their own body. In so doing, they will be able to identify which object is on the left or right. Spatial Relationships Spatial Relationships perception is the ability to interpret the position of two or more visual stimuli in relation to oneself and/or in relation to each other. In the “Object Positions” worksheets, the student must analyse how the objects are positioned in relation to each other. These worksheets will build a spatial understanding of location words (words that analyse position), such as, in the middle, on top, at the bottom. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 1 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Complex Spot the Difference

Complex Spot the Difference

Children learn through observing the nuances of everything they see in the world around them. Many objects in our environments appear similar at first glance. By comparing and contrasting the images in these worksheets, the student is trained to become more adept at quickly noticing small differences in things around them. In the “Complex Spot the Difference” worksheets, the student must identify five differences between the pictures. This file contains 20 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Discrimination Visual Discrimination is the ability to identify differences and similarities between two or more visual stimuli by analysing their individual characteristics and distinctive features. In the “Complex Spot the Difference” worksheets, the student must compare the features of each of the two pictures in order to identify what is missing/different. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Complex Spot the Difference” worksheets successfully, the student must bounce between the two pictures to compare all the details, attending to each detail in turn. Visual Motor Integration Visual Motor Integration relates to the coordination of visual perceptual skills with body movement (the use of visual information to guide a motor task). For fine motor tasks, the eyes inform the arm and hand muscles where to go like "follow the leader”, so that motor output matches visual input. In the “Complex Spot the Difference” worksheets, the student's eyes must guide their hand in order to fill in the missing lines/parts in a fluid and controlled manner. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 2 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Line Designs

Line Designs

In the "Line Designs” worksheets, the student must identify the three lines that form part of the design. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Analysis and Synthesis Visual Analysis and Synthesis is the ability to recognise how certain parts make a whole. In the “Line Designs” worksheets, the student must recognise which lines fit together to form the line design (see how the “pieces” form a “whole”). Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Line Designs” worksheets successfully, the student must track each of the lines in the design in turn, in order to identify them correctly (not get confused by the other overlapping lines). Visual Discrimination Visual Discrimination is the ability to identify differences and similarities between shapes, symbols, objects or patterns, by analysing their individual characteristics and distinctive features. In the “Line Designs” worksheets, the student must compare the features of any similar looking lines, in order to distinguish between them. Visual Motor Integration Visual Motor Integration relates to the coordination of visual perceptual skills with body movement (the use of visual information to guide a motor task). For fine motor tasks, the eyes inform the arm and hand muscles where to go like "follow the leader”, so that motor output matches visual input. In the “Line Designs” worksheets, the student's eyes must guide their hand to trace the lines in a fluid and controlled manner. Tracing encourages the accurate placement and movement of a pencil on a sheet of paper. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 2 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Dot Symmetry Designs (4x4)

Dot Symmetry Designs (4x4)

In the “Dot Symmetry Designs (4x4)” worksheets, the student must draw the mirror image of each dot design to complete it. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Spatial Relationships Spatial Relationships perception is the ability to identify the position of two or more visual stimuli in relation to oneself and/or in relation to each other. In the “Dot Symmetry Designs (4x4)” worksheets, the student must analyze the position of the dots, and identify how the lines relate to each other. They must then pinpoint the corresponding dots that need to be joined on the other side of the line. Visual Closure Visual Closure is the ability to recognize any given visual stimulus from an incomplete presentation (part of the stimulus is missing). The ability to identify what we are seeing without having to analyze every detail enables us to process information in our environment quickly. In the “Dot Symmetry Designs (4x4)” worksheets, the student must mentally fill in the missing part of the design (picture what must be drawn in to complete the mirror image). Visual Motor Integration Visual Motor Integration relates to the coordination of visual perceptual skills with body movement (the use of visual information to guide a motor task). For fine motor tasks, the eyes inform the arm and hand muscles where to go like "follow the leader”, so that motor output matches visual input. In the “Dot Symmetry Designs (4x4)” worksheets, the student's eyes must guide their hand to in order to fill in the missing parts in the design in a fluid and controlled manner. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 3. For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Cartoon Halves

Cartoon Halves

In the “Cartoon Halves” worksheets, the student must identify which "halves" fit together to make a complete person. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Closure Visual Closure is the ability to recognize any given visual stimulus from an incomplete presentation (part of the stimulus is missing). The ability to identify what we are seeing without having to analyze every detail enables us to process information in our environment quickly. In the “Cartoon Halves” worksheets, the student must mentally fill in the missing half, in order to identify the corresponding image that will complete the cartoon figure. Visual Motor Integration Visual Motor Integration relates to the coordination of visual perceptual skills with body movement (the use of visual information to guide a motor task). For fine motor tasks, the eyes inform the arm and hand muscles where to go like "follow the leader”, so that motor output matches visual input. In the “Cartoon Halves” worksheets, the student's eyes must guide their hand to draw a line connecting the “halves” in a fluid and controlled manner. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Cartoon Haves” worksheets successfully, the student must focus on one “half” at a time within the busy field of all the surrounding “halves”. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 1 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Same Letter-Missing Part

Same Letter-Missing Part

In the “Same Letter-Missing Part” worksheets, the student must identify which letter would be the same as the example if it were completed. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Closure Visual Closure is the ability to recognise any given visual stimulus from an incomplete presentation (part of the stimulus is missing). The ability to identify what we are seeing without having to analyse every detail enables us to process information in our environment quickly. In the “Same Letter-Missing Part” worksheets, the student must mentally fill in the parts that are missing in each of the letters, in order to identify which of the three potential answers is the same as the example. Visual Discrimination Visual Discrimination is the ability to identify differences and similarities between two or more visual stimuli by analysing their individual characteristics and distinctive features. In the “Same Letter-Missing Part” worksheets, the student must compare the features of any similar looking letters, in order to distinguish between them. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Same Letter-Missing Part” worksheets successfully, the student must focus on each letter in turn within the busy field of the surrounding letters. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 1 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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Same Number-Missing Part

Same Number-Missing Part

In the “Same Number-Missing Part” worksheets, the student must identify which number would be the same as the example if it were completed. This file contains 10 worksheets. Visual Perceptual Skills Addressed: Visual Closure Visual Closure is the ability to recognise any given visual stimulus from an incomplete presentation (part of the stimulus is missing). The ability to identify what we are seeing without having to analyse every detail enables us to process information in our environment quickly. In the “Same Number-Missing Part” worksheets, the student must mentally fill in the parts that are missing in each of the numbers, in order to identify which of the three potential answers is the same as the example. Visual Discrimination Visual Discrimination is the ability to identify differences and similarities between two or more visual stimuli by analysing their individual characteristics and distinctive features. In the “Same Number-Missing Part” worksheets, the student must compare the features of any similar looking numbers, in order to distinguish between them. Figure Ground Figure Ground perception is the ability to screen out any irrelevant visual material when presented with a lot of visual information at one time (to locate the important stimulus without getting confused by the background or surrounding images). This skill is key for good attention and concentration. To complete the “Same Number-Missing Part” worksheets successfully, the student must focus on each number in turn within the busy field of the surrounding numbers. These worksheets form part of the Visual Perceptual Skills Builder - Level 1 For more information please visit: www.visuallearningforlife.com
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