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Visual Activities for Children from 2 to 3 Years of Age (Online)

An Online Chapter from Everyday Activities to Promote Visual Efficiency: A Handbook for Working with Young Children with Visual Impairments

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Description of Visual Activities for Children from 2 to 3 Years of Age

Chapter 10 provides visual activities for babies from 2 to 3 years of age. These include activities that encourage the child to focus one eye on a pattern; encourage the child to use scanning to actively inspect a picture, person, object, or light source; further the child's ability to accurately gauge the distance of an object; encourage the child to imitate the actions of another person; help the child to recognize familiar people in photographs of family members and other significant people in the child's life; encourage the child to identify a part of a whole picture or object when presented with an incomplete picture or object; help the child to recall pictures, people, or objects from memory; encourage the child to group, match, sort, or identify visual information by understanding how objects and pictures relate to one another by their distinct characteristics; help the child to see objects in a particular sequential order; and encourage the child to integrate the visual system with the fine motor system by reaching for, grasping, and manipulating an object or toy.

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ISBN: EverydayCh10
Year of publication: 2009
Availability: Immediately

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