Brain Skill: Visual Judgment – the ability to see visual details and make practical judgments such as right/wrong.
Visual Discrimination needs improvement if:
the student only sees part of a word and the brain completes it, i.e. student may say “reading” if the word was “ready”
small words are skipped, such as “of” “and” or “if”
the letter “b” may be mistaken for “d”
the student may appear immature for their age
the student makes poor behaviour choices, or poor judgments around friends
This book will help develop the ability to correctly recognize detailed differences, to make better judgments and decisions, to be more age appropriate in behaviour and choices, to improve reading and spelling skills.