Easter activities for visual skills Pre-K through K!
Visual processing skills are important for everyday activities like reading, writing, drawing, cutting, completing puzzles, dressing, and organizing materials. Yet foundational visual skills are rarely, if ever, practiced.
This resource offers 5 Easter-themed activities that address visual scanning and visual perceptual skills. This product is suitable for teachers, occupational therapists, or parents to use. The five activities included are as follows:
1- FIND THE BUNNIES! (Movement Activity)
This activity addresses visual skills such as scanning and visual perception as children scan the classroom walls in search of certain bunnies.
2- COUNT THE BUNNIES ON THE PAGE! (Stationary Activity)
This activity addresses visual skills as children scan a worksheet in search of bunnies.
3- JELLY BEAN TRAIL! (Movement Activity)
This activity addresses visual skills as children use objects to set up a pretend “Jelly Bean Trail” on the floor. Children then follow directions to search for specific “jelly beans” on the trail by color, size, shape, or certain numbers or letters even.
4- IDENTICAL EGGS! (Stationary Activity)
This activity addresses visual skills as children scan a worksheet in search of identical eggs.
5- DON’T CRACK THE EGGS! (Movement Activity)
This activity addresses visual motor skills as children work at a vertical surface, like a chalkboard or dry-erase board, and are careful to NOT touch the “eggs” as they draw around them.
This resource very carefully explains what the different visual processing and visual perceptual skills are and how they are important during learning.
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