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Free Easter Visual Closure Slide Deck

This article includes activities to help with visual closure that includes an Easter theme. Integrated Learning Strategies (ILS) is a learning and academic center. As a reminder, ILS is not a health care provider and none of our materials or services provide a diagnosis or treatment of a specific condition or learning challenge with visual processing you may see in your child or student. If you seek a diagnosis or treatment for your child or student, please contact a trained professional who can provide an evaluation of the child.

The Easter Visual Closure Slide deck was created to help kids with their visual processing skills.

This slide deck is meant to help parents, therapists and educators who have students struggling with reading, visual cues, retention and recognition.

These activities focus specifically on the area of visual closure for those kids who have a hard time knowing and recognizing objects, letters or words on the page.

Each activity is meant to be fun and challenging for the child as they hone and practice their visual processing skills.

Visual Closure Activities

There are many people who are not familiar with visual closure or why it is important. Visual closure is just one piece of a child’s overall visual processing skills. It allows a child to recognize different shapes and objects in the world around them.

If a child struggles with visual closure, they may not have the ability to identify an object when a part of it is missing. For example, a child may not know a bicycle if its wheels are gone. Or, the child may not know an object in a picture if only a small part of it is showing.

Visual closure is especially important when a child is learning how to read and write. A child who struggles with visual closure issues may read very slowly and may have to read one letter at a time.

Kids need visual closure activities to help reading become automatic so when they see a word on the page, they can read the word as a whole rather than breaking it down by each letter.

A child who struggles with visual closure issues may:

  • Have a hard time recognizing partial objects
  • Have a hard time finding a specific object or toy in a box full of items
  • Not recognize what letters or numbers have curves and which ones have sharp edges
  • Not be able to complete partial letters or words
  • Have a hard time recognizing familiar words
  • Require extra time for reading and writing

Activities with visual closure challenges can sharpen the child’s visual processing skills so they begin to see letters, numbers and words as a whole rather than in pieces.

Free Easter Visual Closure Slide Deck

The Easter Visual Closure slide deck gives kids the chance to guess the objects in the pictures. Partial items are included to help kids guess what the picture is as a whole.

An older child may even benefit from the activity packet if they struggle on basic concepts or if their skills are delayed. Parents, therapists and educators can use this slide deck to help struggling students or those kids who are young learners.

In addition, this visual closure slide deck can provide you with some insight to the challenges the child may or may not have with visual closure and their overall visual processing skills.

To download a copy of this free slide deck, enter your email address in to the form below.

Please download a copy to your computer and do not change the URL. Changing the name of the URL could cause changes to the original form. We want to ensure all Integrated Learning Strategies users have access to the original version.

When you enter your email address below, you will be emailed a PDF document with a link to your slide deck. You can access this slide deck over and over again by simply clicking on the link within the PDF document. You can also forward this document to parents, teachers or other therapists.

Please use the copy of this slide deck and do not change the URL.

Integrated Learning Strategies is a Utah-based center dedicated to helping mainstream children and children with learning challenges achieve academic success. Our services provide kids with non-traditional tutoring programs within the Davis County, Kaysville, Layton, Syracuse, Farmington, and Centerville areas. Areas to find Integrated Learning Strategies include: Reading tutors in Kaysville, Math tutors in Kaysville, Common Core Tutors in Kaysville, Tutors in Utah, Utah Tutoring Programs

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