Visual Reasoning and Tracking Activities

Good Sensory Learning

  • $ 16.99 USD


Visual Reasoning and Tracking Activities ( digital download - usable on a computer or iPad) was created to help individuals with weak visual reasoning and tracking skills, so they can develop this skill while completing fun activities. Visual reasoning is the ability to analyze visual information and find meaning. Those that struggle with this skill may have difficulty reading their surroundings, understanding nonverbal cues, and picking up on visual inferences. Visual tracking is the ability to look at and process all the letters, words, and symbols when reading from left to right and from line to line. This often impacts one's decoding fluency and comprehension. Those that struggle with these two skills may have difficulty with visually dense tables or documents, as well as making sense of the gestalt from visually rich text. These skills develop at different rates for each individual. Therefore, anyone that desires to exercise and enhance these skills can benefit from this publication. With continued use, it is a wonderful remedial tool.  This publication is 51 pages.

What Diagnoses Does This Publication Accommodate?

  • Dyslexia
  • Dyscalculia
  • Dysgraphia
  • Visual Processing Disorder
  • ADHD
  • Head Injuries
  • Autism

Who Can Use This Digital Download?

These exercises can be used by parents or professionals:

  • Occupational therapists
  • Educational therapists
  • Learning specialists
  • Teachers and tutors
  • Play therapists
  • Vision therapists

This Publication also Strengthens the Following Areas of Cognition

  • Processing speed
  • Rapid automatic naming (RAN)
  • Visual processing
  • Attention
  • Visual reasoning skills
  • Visual-spatial
  • Executive functioning skills
  • Sequencing
  • Working memory
  • Visual-motor integration

Ways to Use This Publication

  • These activities can be completed on a computer or tablet. 
  • Print the activities in color, and slide them into dry erase pockets.
  • Print the pages and let your student(s) complete the pages.
Flow chart of how to make a pdf usable on a computer or iPad



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