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.
Visual Perceptual Skill Building Book 1 is aimed at a younger child, so these exercises are presented in a clear, uncluttered format, perfect for the easily-distracted kindergartner. With sections on mazes, visual discrimination, and visual sequencing along with five other skills, children will enjoy this so much that they won't know that they are learning.
Each topic in Visual Perceptual Skill Building Book 1 begins with a pre-test and ends with a post-test so that you can marvel at the progress your child made. Visual Perceptual Skill Building Book 1 is also beneficial for older children who struggle with visual perception. Visual activities include discrimination, form constancy, spatial relationships, closure, memory, and mazes.
Answers are located in the back of this book.
This is a really nice workbook for a change of pace from your main subjects. My son enjoys working independently in this book. I just circle the pages for him to complete for the day and he completes them independently and then we go over his answers together. Great workbook!
This has been our "easy" button when we need a break or something not super challenging. He really enjoys it, and it makes him pay attention to detail!
My 3 year old loves this book and the way the concepts progress from easy to difficult is really helping her learn them.
My kindergartener is enjoying this book.
The cover is deceiving. There really wasn't any page or unit that was similar to the "find the fish that's different" as suggested by the cover. My 5 going on 6 year old flew thru this book. It almost seems like its testing for dyslexia. It came with my kindergarten elite kit, but I would put the age range at 3-4 years old. If your kindergartener has no experience with preschool prior to KG, it may be helpful, otherwise I would suggest passing.