Visual Tracking Activity for Kids: Track and Color the Popsicles

Okay, so maybe the popsicles in this visual tracking activity look more like ice cream bars than popsicles at first but hey, I’m sticking with popsicles.  Once kids color all the popsicles in this summer themed grid maze the fruity flavors of lime green, blueberry blue, lemon yellow and raspberry red, all will be well.


Worksheet showing illustrated black and white popsicles facing left, right, up and down throughout an 8 x 8 grid.


If you’re new here and have never heard of grid mazes then you’re in for a fun treat.  Head on over to this roundup of visual tracking activities for kids to learn more about visual tracking and why this particular learning ability matters.  Visual processing skills matter for ALL kids who learn but especially for kids who learn differently.


The best part, of course, is that we can help kids develop these skills in ways that don’t feel like work.


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