Visual discrimination is the ability to recognize the details in visual images. These details include the likeness and differences of objects or symbols including shapes and colors as well as size and orientation. Most young children develop visual discrimination skills as they begin to grow and mature. Teaching visual discrimination skills is all about helping children pay attention to detail. In this activity, students will match the animal to their shadow. 1. Click . 2. the picture of the shadow to match the animal. 3. Complete all . 4. Click to turn in.