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185 resources with the keyterm visual discrimination

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I See Something Red

For Teachers K - 6th
For learners with low vision, the ability to identify colors is an important skill that will help them identify people and places. Groups of brightly colored objects are placed around the room. The child is then given a colored paper and...
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Autism iHelp – Language Concepts

For Students Pre-K - 3rd
A parent of a child with autism, and a speech-language pathologist together developed this language-intervention app to be used with students with severe to moderate autism. 
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Big and Small

For Teachers K - 6th
Sorting big and small objects builds spacial reasoning classification, and visual discrimination skills. Your class will read a story about big and small bubbles, practice identifying big and small objects, then sort big and small balls...
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Is it alive?

For Students Pre-K - 1st
Kids in grades K-2 increase their logical reasoning and visual discrimination skills by determining which things shown are alive. They use the criteria that all living things move on their own to mark each image as alive or not. 
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Fly Detective

For Students 3rd - 4th
Learners use classification skills and clues to determine which flying insect is the one they need to circle. They read four clues and examine each of the five insects depicted. They then deduce which one is the mystery insect. Answers...
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Drugs and Safety Precautions

For Students 5th
Drugs can both help and harm depending on how they are used. Fifth graders complete a worksheet that provides background information on prescription drugs. They read the text and then describe why medication manufacturers label pill...
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Which One's Different?

For Students Pre-K
One of these things is not like the others! Preschoolers identify which sock and glove is different from the rest, and draw a ring around the outlier. Then, they draw a sock and glove that are different from given pictures. Color the...
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Same Shape and Size

For Students K - 1st Standards
Can your kindergartners recognize shapes? What about when they are in different orientations? Youngsters study groups of shapes to determine which have the same shape and size. Two of the groups have triangles and ovals, and the other...
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Real-Life Problems

For Students 1st - 3rd Standards
There's a party going on! Learners examine an image of a birthday party and answer 10 analysis questions. They employ a variety of math skills including telling time, days of the week, division, subtraction, multiplication, addition,...
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Identifying Patterns

For Students 1st - 3rd
What's the pattern? Youngsters examine four sets of sequential images to detect a pattern and continue it onto a fourth image. Ask them to verbalize what they noticed and how they continued this pattern. Consider extending the concept...
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The Same

For Students Pre-K
Which shoes match? This is surely an activity your preschoolers do daily, so use it in an educational way. They match shoes to make pairs, connecting the matches with a line. There are eight pairs in all. Next, youngsters get to draw a...
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Congruent Shapes

For Students K - 1st Standards
Which of these shapes is congruent? Young geometers examine five familiar shapes: triangle, oval, rectangle, triangle, and circle. Each is followed by a set of shapes, of which one is congruent. They circle the congruent shape. Consider...
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Odd Ones Out

For Students Pre-K - K Standards
Some of these words don't rhyme; scholars determine which ones as they examine four sets of images with the vowel sound /e/. For each set, they circle the words that don't rhyme with the first image. Be sure kids know what these images...
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Matching Directions

For Students Pre-K - K
Which shape is pointing the same way? There are five starting shapes here, all irregular. Learners examine a row of shapes following each and draw a circle around the one that is pointing the same way. Enforce directional vocabulary by...
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Play I Spy: In the Bathroom

For Students Pre-K - K Standards
Usually playing I Spy in the bathroom causes trouble, but not in this worksheet! Little readers look for objects that begin with the letters b and t. They circle the objects in the picture, count how many of each they found, and write...
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Rhyming Words: Fox and Socks

For Teachers Pre-K - K Standards
What rhymes with the word fox? Actually there are quite a few words that contain the short o vowel sound and rhyme with fox. Pre-readers find, color, and circle the objects in the picture that rhyme with the sly looking fox. They also...
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Odd One Out

For Students Pre-K - K
Which of these wacky shapes is different? Learners examine five rows of figures, each with a starting shape at the beginning. They determine which of the four following shapes looks different from the first, circling it. Consider having...
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Draw it Yourself

For Students Pre-K - K Standards
Here are four familiar pictures and words for emerging readers: dog, mouse, cat, and hen. After examining the image and spelling, they draw something that rhymes with each in the space provided. Encourage pre-readers to sound out words...
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What Happens Next: 2

For Students Pre-K - K Standards
What happens next? That is a great question that requires learners to think about the sequence of events then make a prediction. They assess the pictures on the left and draw lines to the pictures on the right that show what will happen...
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What Happens Next? 1

For Students Pre-K - K Standards
Knowing how to sequence events means you have to know what happens before and after. Little ones draw a line from four before images to the images that show what happened next. This is a good challenge for your youngest learners.
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Rhyming Words: Spoon and Moon

For Students Pre-K - K Standards
One of these things is not like the other, one of these things does not belong. It's true! Little learners will say each of the four words in each of four rows, to determine which one does not rhyme with the others. After that, they...
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Find the Rhyme

For Students Pre-K - K
Find the rhyming word. All of these rhyming, single-syllable words have the short i sound, but learners have to determine which ones they are. There are four starting objects each heading a row of three objects. They examine the three,...
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Find the Rhyme

For Students Pre-K - K
Which of these objects rhymes? There are four starter pictures here, each heading rows of three objects. Learners determine and circle the row object that rhymes with the first one. Then, they connect two of the CVC words with printing...
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Rhyming Words: Hen and Ten

For Students Pre-K - K Standards
It's rhyme time! Little ones look at the image in each of four rows, they then circle an image that rhymes. They match four rhyming words and trace the words hen and ten.