Although most children develop the ability to focus visually and to make fine discriminations in visual images as they grow, some children will take longer to develop these skills and may need some additional help, or additional practice.
Good visual perception is an important skill, especially for school success.
Children need good visual perception to discriminate, copy text accurately, develop visual memory of things observed, develop good eye-hand coordination and integrate visual information while using other senses in order to perform tasks like recognizing the source of a sound, etc.
This activity accessed these pertinent skills.
Using a variety of different colanders, your little ones weaved spiders into a web of string, which targeted their ability to perceive spatial relations.