If you are trying to improve your students visual processing skills it is best to work with them one on one but this product works equally well in a center. As your students complete each puzzle, they will be working on the following skills.
Visual Discrimination: You student will discriminate between similar shapes on the page and find its match.
Visual Memory: Your student will remember and try to recall visual information.
Fine Motor Skills: Your student will cut and paste.
Visual Processing Speed: If you decide to time your student, you will collect data on the speed in which they are able to perceive visual information. The times along with your observations will help you see if your student is improving. When timing, your student will complete one puzzle you will record how long it takes them to correctly complete the puzzle. Time your student after they have cut out the shapes.
If the student makes a mistake, point it out and have them look at the shape more closely. Keep the clock running until they have successfully completed the puzzle. Write the time in the proper section on the recording sheet.