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|Visual Perception is the ability to make sense out of what you see. It inlcudes being able to see the difference between objects, remember what you saw, find a shape when it is mixed in with a bunch of other shapes, & identify a shape even though it may be missing a piece or not complete. There are many visual perceptual subskills and they include: visual discrimination, visual memory, visual spatial relationships, visual sequential memory, visual foreground, & visual closure.
Visual perceptual skills play paramount roles in learning mathematics, reading, printing, & handwriting.
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