Visual Spatial and Closure Activities
Visual-Spatial and Closure Activities ( digital download - usable on a computer or iPad) offers a fun and fabulous way to strengthen weak visual processing skills. In particular, this publication exercises visual-spatial and closure skills. The colorful activities can be printed or completed on a computer or tablet (learn how at the bottom of this page). These skills develop over time, and improvement happens at different rates and times for each person. Therefore, anyone that wishes to exercise these needed skills, can benefit from these activities. With continued use, it offers an excellent tool for remediation. This publication is 57 pages.
What is Visual-Spatial and Visual Closure?
Visual-spatial processing is the ability to make sense of visual information in space and the orientation of the objects in that space. Visual closure refers to the ability to understand images when some parts of the image are missing. Those that struggle with these spatial skills may have difficulty with geometry, the movement of objects in space, using maps, and remembering how to get from place to place. In contrast, those with closure weaknesses may have trouble reading poorly copied worksheets, text, and images.
What Populations Do The Activities Serve?
- All learners that need to develop this skill
- Head Injuries
Who Can Purchase and Utilize These Activities?
- Teachers and tutors
- Educational therapists
- Learning specialists
- Occupational therapists
- Vision Therapists
- Play therapists
What Other Areas of Cognition are Exercised with These Activities?
- Processing speed
- Fine motor skills
- Visual processing
- Attentional skills
- Visual reasoning skills
- Spatial skills
- Executive functioning skills
- Working memory