Visual Discrimination Skills helps a child to see subtle differences between objects and pictures. If you practice this skill, children will have more success at things like:

💚match clothing, or socks, especially when the differences are subtle
💛see the difference between similar objects (coins, cutlery, etc) 
💚see the difference between similar looking letters and words (b / d,    b / p,    5 / S,    won’t / want,    car / cat) - this can affect reading and letter formation skills
💛complete spot-the-difference type activities
💚read maps

-Find and feed the hungry puppies in this adorable game for preschoolers
-Includes dog bowl randomizer, game board with 30 different puppies and 20 bone-shaped game pieces
-Playing boosts concentration and builds visual discrimination skills
-A puppy-rific version of best-selling Robot Face Race, ideal for younger players
-For 2 to 4 players
-Hungry puppies game offers hours of entertainment for children

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