Challenge children’s assumptions about their perceptions! “What do you see? Two faces or a vase? Something old, something new — 50 common and uncommon optical illusions sharpen children’s observation skills.
Elementary-aged children will love scrutinizing the illusion, forming a hypothesis, then turning the card over to reveal the process at work.
Children can use ingenious “revealer” card to confirm the facts their brains know are true (straight lines, equal measurements, isolated colors) but their eyes can’t see. 52 coated-cardstock cards (3⅞" x 6"). Ages 6 and up.