One of the skills that I believe Pre-K and Kindergarten students can benefit from the most is Visual Discrimination. Visual discrimination skills enable children to be able to identify color, shape, size, orientation, and position, and are vital in the success of our young children.
These skills help with reading and writing, as well as with social interactions such as reading facial expressions and body language. Paying attention to detail is an important part of developing good visual discrimination skills.
Fine motor skills are the ability to make movements using the small muscles in our hands and wrists. We rely on these skills to do key tasks in school, at work, and in everyday life. I have put together some activities that will develop these skills in your young learners.