This visual discrimination center includes sight word letterboxes and visual closure tasks featuring letters and numbers.
This past year I have been working with our occupational therapist during our Guided Reading block to support our first graders. I have learned so much about turning our literacy word work into developmentally appropriate activities! It has had a tremendously positive impact on my students’ progress in both academics and fine motor, but don’t tell them…they are too busy “playing.”
There are two different sets included:
- Sight Word Letterboxes – identify the sight word using the picture cues, the “shape” of the word
- Visual Closure Tasks – identify the letter or number on each task card
Both sets include Level One (two choices) and Level Two (three choices) for differentiated center work. There are 48 task cards in all.
I print the sets once and then divide them into several individual literacy centers. They fit perfectly in a small plastic bag or 4 x 6″ plastic photo case.
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