Work on fine motor control and grip patterns in conjunction with visual perceptual skills. There are 4 ways to complete these worksheets: 1. Color the dots 2. Q-tip painting 3. Stickers 4. Push Pins Download them here: https://goo.gl/6zO04T
Here is another great FREE worksheet pack to address Figure Ground, Visual Closure and Visual Discrimination skills.
In order to complete these worksheets successfully,
the child must filter out the visual distraction of the
irrelevant objects to focus in on the particular object
they are looking for (figure ground perception). They must also mentally fill in the
parts/pieces of any objects that are concealed by other
objects in order to identify them correctly (visual closure) and compare the
features of similar looking objects in order to
distinguish between them (visual discrimination). Download these worksheets here: https://goo.gl/XCYrZd
Pre-writing patterns help a child to learn the directional pushes and pulls of a writing tool required to form letters.
By drawing various pre-writing patterns within the letters in these drawing worksheets, a child will get pre-writing practice to improve their legibility while familiarizing themselves with the shape and form of the letter itself.
Craft sticks are a wonderful tool for a number of activities.
They can be sourced on Amazon (a variety of brands will
come up if you search “colored craft sticks”). Your local
craft/hobby/art store is also likely to stock them.
If you prefer, you can make your own colored sticks. We
have made a template with two of each color stick. Print this
out and paste it on thick cardboard, then cut the sticks out.
We have designed 40 FREE cards to use for this activity. Download the craft stick template and cards for this activity here: https://goo.gl/71MZ9w