Develop visual perception for reading

Visual perception includes all the visual skills that your child will need to understand and interpret what they see. These skills are used to give information to the brain and the information should be accurate.

They need to see similarities and differences, remember what they see, distinguish what they see from the background against which it stands, identify patterns, know where the beginning and end of something is and where it stands in relation to themselves and other objects.

These skills will enable your child to complete puzzles or dot-to-dot activities, remember sight word, read with ease, copy from the board and complete several other scholastic tasks.

Let’s take a look at a few easy ways to develop some of the visual perception skills at home.

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