What is Visual Discrimination?
This refers to a child's ability to differentiate between objects & forms. It gives us the ability to notice subtle differences & to identity if something does or doesn't belong.
If your child struggles with Visual Discrimination, you might notice that he or she has problems with:
- dressing themselves (i.e. matching shoes or socks)
- correcting errors in school work
- distinguishing similarities & differences in the formation of letters or objects
- discriminating between size of letters & objects
- matching two dimensional to three dimensional shapes, such as alphabet letters.
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