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Eye Can Learn

Learning Aids

Free eye exercises to help improve your visual information process skills: perception, tracking, focussing and eye teaming. 

FREE highlight a letter visual perceptual worksheets

External Resources

There are 2 activity mats for each letter:-Students cover the focus letter (pictured in the left-hand corner of each mat) throughout the grid. If you don’t have clear, …

Early Years / very simple visual perception resources - free to print out and laminate

Learning Aids

Free resources to develop visual perception skills - suitable for early years students or students working at P Levels. These include: Car colour matching Leaf matching Transportation same / different cards …

Little Things App

Videos

Screenshot of video: Little Things App

A variety of complex pictures.............................can you find the hidden objects?

Visual motor bingo

Lesson Resources

Here are the game boards for Visual Motor Bingo I laminated the boards so they could be reused. If you would like the Powerpoint to go with this bingo set …

My First Tangrams

Learning Aids

This is generally felt to be one of the best Tangram app's around Visually simple and easy to use.

Shape Builder App

Videos

Screenshot of video: Shape Builder App

Shape Builder educates and entertains preschoolers with easy to move shapes that snap into place on top of silhouette puzzles. Each puzzle has 5 to 10 pieces and after positioning all of …

Up To Ten website - games for children up to 10

Learning Aids

A games site designed for pupils up to 10, although older pupils working at a lower level would enjoy the games. Some good games to develop coordination and perception.

Convergence Insufficiency Overview - this explains a range of visual tracking difficulties

Videos

Screenshot of video: Convergence Insufficiency Overview - this explains a range of visual tracking difficulties

A simple 5 min film explaining the signs of visual stress and how this can impact upon visual tracking. focus, attention and general educational progress.