Free Fall Harvest Sequencing Activity Packet for Auditory and Visual Processing

By: Integrated Learning Strategies

Sequencing is an important skill for many areas of learning development. It builds the foundation for reading, math and science. For example, when it comes to comprehension, sequencing is key. A child needs these skills to retain and retell the story they read in the right sequence as they complete homework and tests.

Auditory processing is how a child processes information through their ears. A child can have perfect hearing and still struggle to process information given to them. That is why you may find some children ask “huh?” or “what?” frequently when trying to explain tasks, homework or how to follow directions.

Visual processing is information a child takes in through their visual system. A child can have 20/20 vision and still have a hard time processing information they see on the page.

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