Visual Synthesis and Figure Ground Activities

Good Sensory Learning

  • $ 39.99 USD

Does your child or student struggle to:

  • Make sense of busy worksheets or visually dense text?
  • Pick out specific objects from a cluttered background?
  • Piece together parts to form a whole image?

These challenges can be signs of weak visual synthesis and figure-ground skills. But don't worry, there's hope!

Visual Synthesis and Figure-Ground Activities (available as a downloadable digital resource) offers a treasure trove of engaging exercises designed to improve these essential skills for young learners and older individuals alike.

Learning Through Play:

  • 57 Engaging Activities: This downloadable workbook provides a variety of fun and effective activities to target both visual synthesis and figure-ground skills.
  • Multiple Device Compatibility: Complete activities directly on a computer or tablet using Zoom or apps like GoodNotes. This flexibility allows for learning on the go, at home, or in the classroom.
  • Printable Option: Prefer a traditional learning format? No problem! Print the activities for offline use in dry erase pockets or with pencils or crayons.

What Skills Does This Target?

  • Visual Synthesis: The ability to combine visual information to create a complete picture. This is crucial for understanding complex visuals and making sense of written text.
  • Figure-Ground: The ability to distinguish an object from its background. This skill is essential for focusing on important information and filtering out distractions.

Who Can Benefit?

This downloadable resource can be used by a wide range of individuals, including:

  • Developing Learners: Children who are still mastering visual processing skills can benefit from targeted practice.
  • Individuals with Learning Differences: Those with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyspraxia, ADHD, autism, or head injuries can improve visual processing with these activities.
  • Educators and Therapists: Teachers, tutors, educational therapists, occupational therapists, vision therapists, and play therapists can utilize these activities to support their students and clients.
  • Parents: Empower your child's development with fun and educational activities that can be done at home.

More Than Just Visual Skills:

While the core focus is visual processing, these activities also provide a workout for other cognitive areas, including:

  • Visual processing at large
  • Attention skills
  • Visual reasoning skills
  • Visual-spatial skills
  • Executive functioning skills
  • Working memory
  • Visual-motor skills

Invest in a Well-Rounded Learning Experience!

Download Visual Synthesis and Figure-Ground Activities today and unlock a world of improved visual processing skills. Watch your child or student gain confidence and see the world in a whole new way!

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