Visual Processing Games

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   Visual processing is an essential part of everyday life.  Visual processing games and activities can strengthen and build skills related to vision, math, and reading.

Many vision exercises are a bit boring so we try to add some fun into our vision games and activities.

Visual Memory Sequencing Games

What Did I See? Visual Processing Games

The activities included here focus on visual memory. The visual processing games can be made simpler or more complex depending on the level and age of the children.

Objectives: Exploring Visual Processing and Building Visual Processing Skills While Having Fun.

What is Visual Processing and Why Do We Care?What is Visual Processing and Why Do We Care

An explanation of the different areas of visual processing, how it effects the learning process and activities to build vision skills. We have found that with modifications and vision games we can see an improvement, with a child’s ability to do academics and their confidence level.

Objectives: Exploring Visual Processing and Building Visual Processing Skills While Having Fun.

Games for the EyesGames for the Eyes

So much of what children learn start with visual processing. Visual processing games and activities that focus on vision skills will contribute to a child’s success in a variety of educational settings.

Objectives; Visual Processing Skills

mandala3Nature Treasure Hunt Mandala

Nature Treasure Hunt Mandala PDF

With all the beautiful mandalas being shared I was inspired to take the kids out and create our own. This time making the mandala became a visual processing and cooperative activity.

Objectives: Visual Scanning, Visual-Spatial Processing, Co-operation, Following Directions

Play-Do Press Collage

Play-dough Press Vision Game

Play-do Press Vision Game PDF

A friend came over for dinner and showed our daughter this game. It soon became a favorite game in our home. It is a fun way to work on a variety of vision skills as well as having the added sensory benefits of handling play-do.

Objectives:Visual Scanning, Visual Closure, Visual Discrimination, Visual Figure Ground, Sensory Processing.

Pendulum Water Blasts Visual Tracking ActivityPendulum Water Blast

Pendulum Water Blast PDF

This is a super fun game to help develop gross motor and vision skills. Once kids start playing this game they won’t want to stop! Get ready for spring training while having a blast.

Objectives: Visual tracking, Eye-Hand Coordination, Upper body strength, Visual Processing.

look and find box for visual scanningMake Your Own Look and Box

Make Your Own Look and Find Box PDF

How much stuff does your kid collect? How many random items do you have floating around? When you get tired of all those small toys being underfoot you can turn them into a look and find box.

Objectives: Visual Scanning, Visual Figure Ground

 Find the Mouse Vision GameFind the Mouse

Find the Mouse PDF

One of the best parts to this game is the unexpected element. Anyone involved in playing needs to pay attention for when a mouse goes missing.

Objectives: Visual scanning, Problem solving, Joint attention, and Directionality.


Flashlight Vision GameFlashlight Game

Flashlight Vision Game PDF

This is another one of our visual processing games that is a more amusing way to work on visual scanning and visual attention.

 Objectives: Visual Scanning and Visual Attention.


Photo face Collage

Photo Face Collage

Photo Face Collage PDF

Most children love to make collages. This activity can help with face recognition as well as a variety of other skills.

Objectives: Face Recognition, Scanning, Higher Order Thinking,.



Playdough Maze

Play Dough Maze

Here is an activity designed to strengthen the hands and the eyes.

Objectives:Visual tracking and Hand strength.



   Window TracingWindow Tracing

An engaging way to work on visual tracking skills.

Objectives: Visual tracking, Tracing, Alphabet or Numbers (optional) and Directionality (optional).

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