Free Visual Perception Printable Dinosaur Theme

If you are working on the visual perceptual skills needed for letter formation, handwriting, or reading, then you are probably loving the recent free visual perception printable sheets that we’ve been sharing on the site.  If you are wondering what I’m talking about and DO need some ideas to help kids in these areas, then scroll down a little and click the button to get your freebies.

This visual perception worksheet is great for working on skills like visual motor skills, visual scanning, visual discrimination, spatial reasoning, and visual memory.  Also, it’s a great way to develop pencil control by moving the pencil around obstacles as kids connect the matching pairs of dinosaurs.

Visual perceptual skills are needed for so many functional skills. You’ll find easy and fun ways to work on visual perceptual skills through play here. 

Kids will love this free visual perception printable sheet with a dinosaur theme

Look for more free visual perception worksheets like this one, coming soon to the site.  You can check out our space theme visual perception free printable, or if you sign up for the freebie below, you’ll be directed to a page with all of the free printables in one place.

Related read: These visual perception apple theme shape stamps are a perfect way to work on visual perceptual skills and fine motor skills with DIY stampers.

Be sure to try some of these pencil control activities to help with the visual motor skills needed for handwriting and to challenge a child you know with more activities just like the dinosaur free printable.  

Free printable tip:  Print the page and slide it into a plastic page protector.  Kids can then use a dry erase marker to work on the page over and over again.  OR, use it right on your tablet.  You won’t be able to draw a line to connect matching dinosaurs, but you will be able to save the ink as kids use their finger to connect the matching dinosaurs.  They will still address those visual perceptual skills by using the freebie on a tablet’s screen.

If you print this sheet, let me know!  Send me a picture or share it on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and tag @theOTtoolbox.  I would love to see how you are using this page with your kids!