We here at LOVPC know that everyone is different not just physically but also visually. So as therapist at LOVPC we have dozens to hundreds of activities to help with any visual needs. We try to make sure that every activitie we do is most beneficial to your visual needs. When doing So sometimes Some of the activities may not be as fun, espically for some of the younger patients. So I thought I might share a few of the more fun games that you could play with your child. Please not that these activities alone are not going to fix or solve any visual issues but will help with developing some basic visual skills will keeping your child engaged.
The following list includes mobile apps as well as board games and card games.
1 to 50
This app is great for tracking. The object of the game is to push the numbers 1-50 as fast as yon can in order. The numbers are Set in a 4x4 grid in a random order on the screen.
Highlights Hidden Pictures
This app is great for tracking and mostly figureground. This is a great visual preception game that will keep your child busy for along time.
Memory match apps.
There area lot of memory games in the apps store choosing any one of those games will help with visual memory.
This is a great visual game that we use very often. This game is great for: tracking, visual preception, and figure ground. Their are a few ways to play this game but the main object in every style you play is to match the picture from your card to the other card. This game is fun for the whole family and comes highly recommend by therapist and patients!
These are just a few games that you could play there are plenty more out that if implied in the right way can help your child have fun and develop Some basic visual skills. As therapist we find these and see how they can help but most of the time these games are brought to us by patients who found them and applied to their visual needs .