Visual Synthesis and Figure Ground Activities
Visual Synthesis and Figure-Ground Activities ( digital download - usable on a computer or iPad) was created for youngsters and older individuals with weak visual synthesis and figure-ground skills, so they can actualize proficiency while having fun. These skills develop gradually, and they improve at different rates and times for each individual. Therefore, anyone that wishes to exercise and improve these skills can benefit from this publication. With repeated use, it can be used as an excellent remedial tool. This publication is 57 pages.
Visual Synthesis and Figure-Ground Activities is a great way to exercise weak visual processing skills. Specifically, this download exercises visual synthesis and figure-ground skills. The fun pages can be printed or utilized on a computer or tablet (you can find direction at the bottom of this page or in the publication). These needed skills improve at different rates and times, however, anyone that wishes to exercise visual-spatial and closure can see improvement when completing these activities. Over time and continued use, this publication presents an outstanding tool for remedial purposes.
What are Visual-Synthesis and Figure-Ground?
Visual synthesis is the ability to assemble parts into a whole object. Figure-ground is the ability to visually differentiate between an object and its background. 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.
Who Should Use this Publication?
- Any individual that needs to exercise or develop these skill
- Head injuries
Who Can Use These Activities?
- Learning specialists
- Teachers and tutors
- Educational therapists
- Vision Therapists
- Occupational therapists
- Play therapists
What Other Areas of Cognition are Exercised with These Activities?
- Visual processing at large
- Attentional skills
- Visual reasoning skills
- Visual-Spatial skills
- Executive functioning skills
- Working memory
- Visual-motor skills