These games involve varying levels of visual-perceptual skills along with some degree of motor control. For many, the motor component may be eliminated. Some of the skills addressed include matching, directionality, spatial relations, visual attending, memory and discrimination, scanning and tracking, sequencing, organization, classification, visual planning and critical thinking. These games may also be played on the floor or mat allowing for alternate positioning.
Spot it - Family of Spot it Games Truly amazing and wonderfully challenging game of visual discrimination and focus. You get a travel tin full of cards, each filled with colorful, appealing images. The object of the game is to be the first to spot the one and only one matching symbol between any 2 cards. A sharp eye and a bit of speed is all you need to become a Spot It Master! Versions include: Original, Jr animals, Shapes/numbers, Alphabet, Basic English/Site words.
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Same-Different Books Simple twist on classic activity takes it to a new level of productivity. Students work in pairs or teams on opposite sides of a barrier to discover whatís the same and whatís different between 2 carefully illustrated pictures. Develops communication and analytic skills while students attend to the details of each fun picture. Easy set up and play, each book includes instruction, black line illustrations, recording sheets and answer keys for each picture. The holiday version covers each holiday in the school year and the fairy tale book has 11 of your favorite tales. Each book is great on its own but together they are a dynamic duo!