Juxtapose Puzzles - Level 2 - 3 Pieces- Pages 4

Juxtapose Puzzles - Level 2 - 3 Pieces- Pages 4

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This program has 4 Pages

With the high cost of living, Able2learn created these puzzles for you to practice with your child.  

How To Use The Program:

Laminate the sheets , cut out the puzzle pieces and, practice with your child to put the pieces together. Use the opportunity to ask who what where questions, to learn parts of an object, and categories.  Download one of our data sheets and token boards to accompany the program.

Level 1

In this level the puzzle has the picture to help the child place the pieces and to create the picture.

Level 2

In this level the puzzle is blank. The child has to figure out how to put the pieces in the puzzle to create the picture.


Visual Discrimination is the ability of the child to be aware of the distinctive features of forms including shape, orientation, size, and color.


Some children can have difficulty finding the subtle difference between objects.  Dr. James Partington often refers to this skill as "paying attention to fine detail."    

Not paying attention to fine detail can affect children in different ways. Some may have difficulty in reading, math, differentiating between coins, letters and numbers. For example,  bad and dad may look the same to a child. 

Able2learn has put together many different activities to help your child with visual discrimination and visual preception. Browse through our programs. If your child has Autism Spectrum Disorder, "ASD", we reccomend purchasing the Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills -Revised (The ABLLS-R), and purchasing our assessment of the ABLLS-R. The assessment can only be done with the purchase of the ABLLS-R. The ABLLS-R is parent friendly, easy to understand and implement.

In this program, the child sorts pictures that are not identical to each other.  Level 1 has a sorting board that is colour coded and, colour coded to the flashcard to help the child learn and master the skill. When the child is ready download level 2, to master the skill without any visual prompts.

These materials were created to give parents an option to private therapy. We hope they are useful, time saving, and money saving.

Visual discrimination helps a child to see subtle differences between objects or pictures and to see if something matches up. This visual perceptual skill can be described as “paying attention to detail”. 

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