Visual Perception

Visual perception is being able to make sense of what you see. Children use visual perceptual processing skills to gather visual information from the environment, while our brain integrates this information with all our other senses. Good perceptual skills are important for reading, copying from the board, giving or getting directions, being able to remember what you see, and so much more. Children who don't have effective visual perceptual skills may appear clumsy and uncoordinated, have difficulty with eye movement skills, left and right concepts, struggle with focusing, and have many other functional challenges. We offer a treasure trove of fun games, educational toys, specialty handwriting papers, and other unique learning resources to help you!