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Visual discrimination is a skill that allows us to distinguish different properties of all the elements that make up our environment such as size, constancy of shape, position, color, figure-background, symmetry, etc. In addition, the activities proposed for the development of this ability promote and enhance cognitive functions and the learning of curricular content such as reading and writing.
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