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Visual Spatial Relations Activities

Updated: Apr 17

One of the many different areas that our Occupational Therapists touch on is the skill called visual-spatial relations. Children who have difficulty with visual-spatial relations usually have trouble with the ability to determine that one form, or part of a form, is turned in a different direction than others.

Below are some fun activities that you can do with your children, family, or friends that will improve their visual-spatial relations skills! Check them out, and tell us what you think!

Activities to do:

  • Navigate through an obstacle course. You can make one at home, or you can go to a playground and pretend that the slides or stairs are a part of your obstacle course!

  • Copy 3-D block designs.

  • Place plastic letters into a bag, and have the child identify the letter by “feel.”

  • Identify numbers or letters that have been made incorrectly in several places, and the child has to identify each place the letter has an error - try this on a chalkboard or a dry erase board!

If you're more interested in occupational therapy at Circle Creek Therapy, give us a call at 253.237.3405! We would be happy to set up a discovery visit with you.

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