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Summer Learning: Visual Discrimination


Did you know that visual discrimination is an important part of learning?  It’s true!  Children need to be able to distinguish “b” from a “d” or “20″ from “200″.  The following practice sheets help children strengthen this very skill.

Typically, children utilize color cues to distinguish between objects.  In this exercise, children will have to match full color objects to their all black shadow.


VISUAL DISCRIMINATION: Beginning/Intermediate

Visual Discrimination (Beginning/Intermediate)click here to download



Visual Discrimination (Advanced)

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Tip: Playing “I Spy” is another great way to help strengthen your child’s visual discrimination skills.

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