Visual Reasoning and Tracking Activities

Good Sensory Learning

  • $ 39.99 USD

Does your child or student struggle with:

  • Understanding nonverbal cues (like body language or facial expressions)?
  • Making sense of complex visual information like charts or diagrams?
  • Following along while reading, losing track from line to line?

These challenges can be signs of weak visual reasoning and tracking skills. But there's good news!

Visual Reasoning and Tracking Activities (available as a downloadable digital resource) offers a fun and engaging way to improve these essential skills for individuals of all ages.

What are Visual Reasoning and Tracking Skills?

  • Visual Reasoning: The ability to analyze visual information, identify relationships, and draw conclusions. This is crucial for understanding charts, interpreting images, and even reading facial expressions.
  • Visual Tracking: The ability to smoothly follow objects or text with your eyes. This skill is essential for fluent reading and scanning visual information.

Why are These Skills Important?

Strong visual reasoning and tracking skills are necessary for:

  • Reading Comprehension: Following text from left to right and line to line is essential for understanding what you read.
  • Learning Across Subjects: Many subjects, from math to science to social studies, rely heavily on interpreting visual information.
  • Social Interaction: Reading nonverbal cues is vital for successful communication and social relationships.

How Can This Resource Help?

  • 51 engaging activities: This downloadable workbook provides a variety of fun and effective exercises to target both visual reasoning and tracking skills.

  • Benefits a wide range of needs: This resource is helpful for individuals with dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD, visual processing disorders, and those recovering from head injuries.
  • Multiple learning styles: Activities cater to different learning styles, making it engaging for a variety of users.
  • Remedial tool: With consistent practice, this resource can be a valuable tool for overcoming visual reasoning and tracking weaknesses.

Who Can Benefit from This Resource?

  • Parents: Guide your child's development with fun and educational activities.

Therapists: Occupational therapists, educational therapists, and vision therapists can utilize this resource in their practice.

  • Educators: Teachers, tutors, and learning specialists can use these activities to support students in the classroom.
  • Rehabilitation Specialists: Help individuals regain lost skills after an injury.

More Than Just Visual Skills!

These activities go beyond improving visual thinking and tracking. They also help strengthen:

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

Multiple Ways to Use This Resource!

  • Digital learning: Complete activities directly on a computer or tablet using apps like Zoom or GoodNotes.
  • Reusable practice: Print the activities in color for use with dry-erase pockets.
  • Traditional learning: Print the activities for students to complete with pencils or crayons.

Unlock the Power of Visual Learning!

Visual Reasoning and Tracking Activities is the perfect resource to help individuals of all ages develop strong visual thinking and tracking skills, gain confidence in their abilities, and succeed in learning and life. 

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