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Abstract


INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KINDERGARTEN CHILDREN’S VISUAL PERCEPTION LEVEL AND EARLY LITERACY SKILLS

Early childhood education has an important place in children’s future success. One of the aims of this education is promoting school readiness. Children’s visual perception development and early literacy skills are supported in the education program. Visual perception is necessary for the regulation of the brain signals. Early reading activities propose to develop phonological awareness, attentiveness and memory, concept learning, tri-pod grasp, self-regulation and print awareness.These activities requires a coordination between visual perception and motor skills. This study delves to analyze the relation concerning visual perception level of the kindergarten children and their early literacy skills. For this purpose, one hundrend typically developed kindergarten children’s visual perception level was measured using Berry-Buktenika Developmental Visual Perception. Their early literacy skills were measured using Early Literacy Skills Evaluation Tool. Findings presented in frequencies, percentages, arithmetic mean and Pearson Correlation Coefficieny. Results showed that where visual perception scores were high, the early literacy skill grades were high as well in the same age kindergarten children. When the visual perception levels were gettingineffectual, their early literacy skill levels were getting weak.



Keywords
Kindergarten, Visual Perception,Early Literacy.



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