Do you want a strategy for thinking of an endless number of ideas when playing with putty or Play-doh?
This FREE telehealth or in-person activity shows you how to address fine motor skill, visual perception, and executive function using a format for thinking of an endless number of ideas!
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What are Visual Perceptual Skills?
- Visual perception is making sense of visual information.
Why are they important?
- Visual perception is important for many academic tasks (letter recognition, reading, math) and daily living tasks (locating personal items, shoe tying, brushing teeth).
How can you address Visual Perception?
• Different visual perceptual skills can be practiced through visual memory activities, puzzles, Where’s Waldo types of games, matching, obstacle courses.
What does this resource offer?
- This resource is a one page PDF download that presents you a strategy for thinking of objects to make with putty or Play-doh.
- Also, it presents 3 questions to ask children in order to stimulate their visual perceptual abilities
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