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HOW DO VISUAL MEMORY PERCEPTION SKILLS affect learning?

Visual perception covers a wide range of skills that enables a child to learn to organize and interpret the information that is seen and give it meaning and include eye-hand coordination, figure-ground, form constancy, visual memory, and visual-sequential memory.


One fraction of this important skill is visual memory which teaches us to record, store and retrieve information. It is a vital component of learning!


For example, it assists the child with recognition of letters or numbers, reading and comprehension and spelling or remembering sight words.


Visual memory games are lots of fun, and the playful competitiveness and comradeship help make mastering this still incidental and rewarding.




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