Vision Therapy Worksheet

What is the theory behind the Vision Therapy Worksheet?

Vision Therapy refers to visual perception activities that are used for clients seeking occupational therapy for visual deficits. They are also particularly useful for children who are showing delayed visual perception development. They are also helpful for teaching young children how to make sense of what they see around them to facilitate their visual skills as part of early schooling. 

How will the worksheet help? 

This worksheet is based on an occupational therapy activity that can teach preschool or kindergarten kids to understand and make sense of what they see around them. It will help them recognize a specific object among other objects. This activity can fine tune their visual perception skills. 

How to use the worksheet? 

Instruct the child to first focus on the object that needs to be found. Then tell them to focus on the diagram below and circle that particular object amongst the other objects. This activity can be used with preschool or kindergarten kids as part of occupational skills training. 

Was this helpful?

Thanks for your feedback!

References