Hidden Words

  Hidden Words 1      Hidden Words 2     Hidden Words 3 Hidden Words 4      Hidden Words 5     Hidden Words 6 Purpose:  To develop flexibility in visual scanning through a search for meaningful figure/ground relationships in an ambiguous field. Materials: Hidden word worksheets Procedure: 1.  The worksheet contains a block of letters and a list of 12…

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Battleship

346 Battleship 347 Battleship Worksheet Start by downloading and printing the sheets above. You should already be familiar with loading exercises and approaching therapy. As the video explains, this activity is simple and effective in building visual memory, prediction, and spatial awareness (the internal map of the space around us). Play a at least few rounds daily, and try…

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Connect the Shapes

Connect the Shapes Worksheet  Purpose: To build visual discrimination skills, VMI, and bilateral control. Material: Download/print the attached documents. Chalkboard/whiteboard, paper, pencil, crayons, chalk/markers. Procedure: 1.  Draw two vertical columns of simple, matched shapes or figures, but vary the position of the like figures within the column so that the same shapes are not opposite…

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Magnetic Maze

  Magnet Maze Worksheet 1 Magnet Maze Worksheet 2  Purpose: This is a fun and easy way to development some important spatial reasoning, laterality, and directionality skills. The magnets used can be from virtually any source, but work best if they are small.  Materials:  Heavy paper or light cardboard like a file folder, two magnets…

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Stickman Figures

  Stickman Figures Stickman Figures are a series of simple drawings with a simple premise: Identify the hand that is holding the object. The directions are very simple and this drill is extremely useful with children who are having difficulty applying physical awareness of left/right to the paper/conceptual equivalent. Procedure: Print off or preview the…

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Groffman Visual Tracing

    Groffman Visual Tracing Review Approaching Therapy and Good Stress: Task Loading if you haven’t read it in a while as the content is often expanded and updated. Groffman Visual Tracing is more of a technique than an activity. The idea is very simple: Draw a column of digits (say 1 to 4), and a column of letters…

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Visualization Golf

    Visualization Golf   Purpose: To develop the ability to create a mental image of a form that is no longer present visually. Procedure: Have the client sit at a table with one page of the paper golf course in front of her. She looks at and studies the golf course to become aware…

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Visualization Directionality

    Visualization Directionality Purpose: To aid in the development of ocular motility, spatial awareness and manipulation, searching eye movements, figure-ground discrimination, laterality, directionality, and speed of recognition. Equipment/Apparatus: Visualization Directionality worksheets. Method: 1. For the purposes of this activity, the available transformations are: R = Rotate Right = One quarter turn clockwise. L =…

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Visual Signal Processing

  To learn more about the science behind our techniques, you can consult the Background document in the public wiki. These VSP resources provide guidance and activities for developing visual signal processing skills. Visual signal processing occurs once an image target (the signal) has been acquired through visual signal acquisition. Once the eye is directed and focused…

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Rosner Dots / Patterns

  Rosner Forms/Dots are an effective and low-cost means of developing a number of visual and orthographic skills. The activities consist of replicating existing drawings onto grids of dots and have varying degrees of difficulty. These exercises are easy to tailor to a variety of ages, abilities, and needs. They are modifiable to reach any…

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