Shadow matching greatly contributes to the development of your child’s visual perception skills. Visual perception is the ability of the individual to grasp what he sees. This skill helps children to improve their reading, writing, and arithmetic calculations, and advance other skills necessary to be successful.
The development in the field of visual perception skills also affects emotional development. Children who have difficulties in studies such as cutting, copying, matching, and line tracing have difficulties in school life as well. In addition, negative experiences in this area can be a major factor in the decrease of the child’s self-confidence.