These free visual perception worksheets are just the resource you need to work on visual skills like form constancy, visual discrimination, visual closure, and more. Visual perception is an area that drives so much of what we do. For kids who struggle with visual perceptual skills, so many areas are impacted. Visual perception impacts reading, writing, learning, comprehension, visual motor skills (including copying written materials), fine motor work, gross motor skills, eye-hand coordination, and even social emotional skills! It’s amazing how this one area can impact so many areas of a life and functioning. Because some f our popular free visual perception worksheets have been used by so many therapists, I wanted to pull these resources together into an easy to access visual perception worksheet packet! This is it! Your 17 page packet of free visual perception worksheets can be accessed below.
Free Visual Perception Packet
Visual perception is made up of several areas that are crucial to development, learning, and functioning. Visual attention, visual spatial relations, visual closure, visual discrimination,
That’s why I wanted to bring to you a valuable resource when it comes to understanding visual perception AND visual processing skills.
Below, enter your email in the form box and the visual perception worksheets packet will be delivered to your inbox. I need to send it via email as the packet is a large file. This one form will get you the entire 17 page packet, where the other forms on the other pages in this packet will deliver just one page. I am working behind the scenes to edit all of the other posts in this series of free worksheets so they deliver the big packet.
I wanted to pull all of the worksheets together (along with a few new ones added to the bunch) to create a 25 page packet of visual perception worksheets.
In the packet are a few themed visual perception worksheets. You’ll find reproducible sheets to address figure-ground, form constancy, visual discrimination, as well as oculomotor skills like saccadic movements.
Visual Perceptual Skills and worksheets
Some of the worksheets included address:
…as well as eye-hand coordination needed to complete pencil control exercises.
All of the worksheets are similar in style, making them a great collection for YOUR therapy toolbox!
For now, grab your visual perception printables, and start working on those visual skills!
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More Information on Visual Perception Worksheets:
For more information on the worksheets in this free packet, check out these posts describing some of the worksheets included in this packet of free visual perception worksheets:
More visual perception resources:
If you are looking for more visual perception worksheets, you’ll love everything in the Visual Processing Bundle!
The Visual Processing Bundle has everything you need to work on underlying visual processing skills so you can help students with classroom tasks like copying written work, letter reversals, and messy handwriting in fun and engaging ways!
- Over 235 pages of workbooks, worksheets, e-books, handouts, activity cards, tracking tools
- Classroom accommodation ideas
- Multi-level visual-motor integration workbooks
- Pencil control worksheets
- Classroom and therapy activities
- Activity cards
- Specific and open-ended activity cards
- Visual tracking guide
Click here to access the Visual Processing Bundle.
More visual processing activities
For even MORE information on visual perception and activities to use in your occupational therapy practice, you will want to join our free visual processing lab email series. It’s a 3-day series of emails that covers EVERYthing about visual processing. We take a closer look at visual skills and break things down, as well as covering the big picture of visual needs.
In the visual processing lab, you will discover how oculomotor skills like smooth pursuits make a big difference in higher level skills like learning and executive function. The best thing about this lab (besides all of the awesome info) is that it has a fun “lab” theme. I might have had too much fun with this one 🙂
Join us in visual processing Lab! Where you won’t need Bunsen burners or safety goggles!