Name: Visual Spatial Skills Module II
Visual-spatial concerns; Individuals with these issues have difficulty telling where objects are in space. That includes how far things are from them and from each other. It also includes objects and characters described on paper or in a spoken narrative.
Visual cues: For example, use a colored dot or sticker to show what side of the page to start drawing.
Directional arrows: To help with direction or starting position to draw object and/or letters
Graph paper: To help with spacing and sizing.
Highlight the line: To encourage correct line alignment.
Eliminate clutter: Encourage the individual to keep work area clear of distractions and clutter.
Eliminate visual distractions: Remove as much of the visually stimulating wall decorations as possible, especially near the individuals work area.
Outline boundaries: Use a red marker to outline the boundaries for coloring, mazes or cutting tasks.
Break visual activities into small steps: When working on puzzles, present one piece at a time and cover unneeded pieces of the puzzle.
Hidden pictures games
Picture drawing: Practice completing partially drawn pictures.
Dot-to-dot worksheets or puzzles.
Memory games: Playing games such as Memory.
Construction-type activities such as Duplo, Lego or other building blocks.
Word search puzzles that require you to look for a series of letter.
Copy 3-D block design Identify objects by touch: Place plastic letters into a bag, and have the individual identify the letter by “feel”.
Dot to Dot
Description: Brain Flakes