Visual Perceptual Skill Building Book 1
Visual perception is among the last skills a child develops, yet it is a skill that he will use for a lifetime. Whether your child is reading, finishing a puzzle, or doing open heart surgery, a proficiency in visual perception is mandatory.
Aimed at a younger child, these exercises are presented in a clear, uncluttered format, perfect for the easily distracted preschooler. With sections on mazes (Book 1 only), visual discrimination, and visual sequencing, along with five other topics, preschoolers will enjoy this so much that they won't know that they are learning.
Each topic begins with a pre-test and ends with a post-test so that you can marvel at the progress that your child made. The winter Pearl was four she loved doing "schoolwork" and Visual Perceptual Skill Building was one of the reasons why.
Visual activities include discrimination, form constancy, spatial relationships, figure ground, closure, memory, and mazes.
We've found this book also works well for older children who struggle with visual perception, what a blessing!
Answer guide included in the back of the book.
This was a great book to go through with my 3yr old. We finished it quick quickly and I was able to see what I needed to work more on with my child to improve his skills in certain areas. I enjoyed this one
I like the Developing the Early Learner series much better. These feel very repetitive and too simplistic even for my younger child. Not my favorite. It’s ok.
My son enjoyed working through the challenging activities in this book.
My son likes this book a lot. I like the fact it is actually helping with his visual perception. His occupational therapist has noticed a big difference as well.
This Visual Perceptual Skill Building book 1 has only two books in its series because these are skills our children are learning as they just begin to read. We plan to continue with the next book in this series as my kids get older. This series and mathematical reasoning series and mind benders series are our favorites from the critical thinking company.