Here are some activities you can do with your children to support the foundation skill of 'seeing'.

Foundation Skill Breakdown

Here are the foundation skills involved in 'seeing'.

Spot the difference

Children need to learn to find the connections and differences between shapes. This allows them to notices the differences in letters such as b and d. Spot the difference games  can take this skills to an advanced level. 

Visual Memory

Place four items on a tray under a tea towel. Uncover the oibjects and talk about them with your child. Civer the objects and remove one object with out your child seeingf .Uncover the objects and ask your child which one is gone.

For younger children start with 4-5 objects. 

I spy

I spy books and printables:

Matching Games

Children being able to notice what is the same and what is different is a skills that will help them when it comes to reading and writing.

Jigsaw Puzzles 

Jigsaw puzzles help your child develop many physical and mental skills such as helping improve hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, problem solving and memory skills.