Worksheet for Fun
What is the theory behind this Worksheet for Fun?
Occupational therapy targets different physical capabilities through fun and entertaining activities. The theory behind making them fun is that it becomes engaging for the clients who otherwise refrain from performing these tasks. Visual discrimination is just one type of perceptual ability impacting visual ability. It refers to the ability to tell the difference between things and classify objects based on symbols, shapes, colors, etc. Occupational therapy targets these capabilities through fun and entertaining activities. The theory behind making them fun is that it becomes engaging for the clients who otherwise refrain from performing these tasks.
How will the worksheet help?
This worksheet is targeted at younger clients with visual perceptual problems. This will help the caregivers and the therapist in assessing the level of difficulty the clients are facing. Practicing the activity will improve the client’s performance. Occupational Therapy deals with physical problems caused by developmental, degenerative issues, or physical injuries. It helps them realize their capabilities and teaches them strategies on how to overcome their obstacles.
How to use this worksheet?
To use this worksheet, the young clients are required to focus on two tasks. One task is identifying the different objects in groups of similar ones. The similar ones are greater in number. Circle the different objects with the help of a pen. Next, they are required to count the similar objects and write their total numbers in the box below. Clients are also required to color the pictures after completing the entire activity.
You can download this worksheet here.
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