Back to School Preschool Visual Discrimination Activity
Help preschool aged children build visual discrimination skills, as they practice recognizing details in common items found in schools. Visual discrimination skills help young children spot subtle differences in photos and objects. Having strong visual discrimination skills are especially important as young children begin to sort out different letters, numbers, and shapes.
How to play
Provide your child with a few of the magnifying mats and magnified images at a time. Your child will review the mats and magnified school supply images. Once a match is found, the child places the matched school supply image on top of the magnifying glass. Play continues until all 16 images have been matched.
Alternative play: Print 2 sets of school images cards and play similar
Extend the play by taking a look at school supplies with real magnifying glasses.
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