Best Eye Test Ever – Can You Finish It?


Observation skills demonstrate the ability to remember details seen accurately. If you want to know your observation skills you can use this test.

By playing the brain challenges, check yourself how quickly you can find the odd on the pictures below:

  • Find The ‘5’ in 30 Seconds!

  • Find The ‘5’ in 30 Seconds!

  • Find The ‘5’ in 30 Seconds!

  • Find The ‘5’ in 30 Seconds!

Try to do the test without making a single mistake! It is tough, but we bet you can do this!

  • Find The ‘5’ in 30 Seconds!

  • Find The ‘5’ in 30 Seconds!

  • Find The ‘5’ in 30 Seconds!

Those who found them all correctly have an extraordinary memory and observation skills! They did what most people cannot do and did it in record time!

Doing it so quickly is the mark of someone with high visual processing skills, mental capacity, and comprehension.

More Activities for Strengthening Observation Skills

The problem of visual literacy can be solved by doing simple observation activities, which will navigate the way through this visual lifestyle. Here can be used images or eye-catching memes.

Below you can find 5 techniques in different areas that help with encouraging observation.

1)         Seasonal Observation Activities

There are the well-known seasonal rituals that offer a gentle understanding and a sense of grounding for young children who are still to learn months and days of the week:

  • The lantern walk-in Nov, (Nov 11)
  • Candlemas in February, (Feb 2)
  • The maypole celebrations (May 1)
  • the journey through Advent in the darkness before Christmas (from Nov 25)

2)         Nature Studies as observation activities

These offer opportunities to expand simple observations and get into a little depth in areas, such:

  • trees – focusing on leaf shapes and tree identification,
  • birds – looking at behavioral and nesting patterns early in the year,
  • insects – young children love bugs and insects
  • animal tracks – provides an insight into animals that share natural spaces

3)         Children and the World – Sensory observations

  • Sensory Observation activities

These are the observations that foster a love of nature, and they start small and become loved habits.

  • Foraging

Fruits from nature take skilled observation followed by analysis to decide whether the fruit is ripe enough to pick or hunting out the specific leaf shape of the sorrel or chickweed from the grass bank

  • Using tools and screens for observation activities

Watching nature programs that are really inspiring and stimulate to want to find out more. Use lots of nature webcams.

4)         Encourage observation by prompting

–           Looking at the red sky

–           Look the baby ducklings

–           Look at the shape that tree has grown into- why is that

5)         Observation activities over time

Look out for:

  • Moon (mostly from the end of Sept through the early winter months)
  • Tides (throughout July)
  • Times of darkness (intro to this in May then encouragement to record times from mid-July to August)
  • Height of shadow (on different days in February)


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