Visual closure is so important when it comes to reading and writing (and really-any written work)! When a child looks at words and sentences, they typically are able to fill in missing parts of information. They can predict what is coming when reading sentences, copy words if they don’t see the whole word, solve puzzles, and fill in worksheets. When visual closure and predicting information or self-correcting missing information is difficult, kids don’t recognize errors in reading, writing, and math.
Today I’m sharing a flower theme visual closure worksheet.
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Match up the flower on the left with the flower on the right.
Extend this activity:
- Use yarn to complete the match.
- You could also laminate these to re-use.
- Use play dough to match the flowers.