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Visual Discrimination: Exploring and Solving Picture Patterns
Visual Discrimination
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Grade: 2-6
Pages: 36
Reproducible for single classroom or home use.

Developing the ability to recognize visual patterns builds visual discrimination and critical thinking skills necessary for academic achievement.

Visual Discrimination: Exploring and Solving Picture Patterns presents 30 reproducible worksheets of increasing complexity. Each worksheet provides the student with the task of examining pictures to identify patterns and sequences.

While each worksheet presents the problem and possible solutions on a one line layout the problems could as easily be presented within a matrix. These problems are the type of non-verbal problem seen on non-verbal ability tests like the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test and the Raven's Progressive Matrices Test and in the non-verbal section of tests like the CogAT and OLSAT.

The publisher suggests this book as appropriate for Grades 2-8. We'd have no hesitation in starting a smart K student in it but we wouldn't expect them to be able to finish the book quickly. The puzzles definitely get more difficult as you progress through the book. We doubt that the book would be of much use to children beyond Gr 5 except for remediation.

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Excellent customer service and great stuffs June 17, 2016
Reviewer: Ray Khorsuk from Singapore, Singapore Singapore  
Excellent customer service and great stuffs. Thank you.

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Great prep book August 7, 2015
Reviewer: Monica Ene-Pietrosanu from Portland, OR United States  
We recently moved to US and my son is adjusting to the US curriculum coming from Europe. He is preparing for TAG testing and this book was very useful to get him educated, interested and prepared.

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COGAT January 24, 2014
Reviewer: Nikita Mirpuri from HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL United States  
Practiced all the books.  However, my son found the exam pretty tough especially in regard to cutting and folding papers without cutting and folding.

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