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Squint Junior Game for Visual Perception

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I love playing the swish game for visual perception, and saw the Squint Jr Game
, which has some similar components, so thought I would try it out. It has clear cards with lines on them that you have to match up to copy a design.

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In squint, you try to copy a shape with the lines on the cards. Some of the shapes are very difficult, but others are easy, so I have to pick ones that the student I’m working with will be successful with.

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With some students, I have even just had them try to copy a design that I made with the lines rather than one of the shape cards.  It can be difficult and visually overwhelming, but can also be narrowed down to make it easier with just the right challenge.

All things considered, I think that I like the Swish game
better.

Materials:

  • Squint game

Skills:

  • Visual perception

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Tonya is a pediatric Occupational Therapist, and loves creating things to work on skills and solve problems.
2 replies
  1. Marlene
    Marlene says:

    I think you would like the game Doddle dice for a similar task. i like the one above as it could be used on a lightbox however it may be too difficult for the age group I am working with. Does it have simpler photos?

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