Visual tracking ,visual discrimination, being able to find what you are looking for and to scan for information are all visual skills that are crucial for reading. Children need to be able to track along the line and discriminate between the subtle differences of letters and different fonts as they learn to read. It is a common experience that children continue practicing, and often struggling, with reading, without a clear assessment of why they are finding it so hard. When a difficulty such as tracking is identified, it is invaluable to practice the skill without the academic strain of reading. These work sheets offer a graded set of activities to practice skills. This book will be a valuable addition for school staff and for parents. A4, 48 pages.
Alison and Nika's (authors) books are always first class in terms of their advice and creative ideas to work on Occupational Therapy skills. The visual tracking and discrimination ideas in this book are no exception. A must for all teachers, parents and therapists. Occupational Therapist, Integrated Treatment Services
04 Jul 2016
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