In this research it is aimed to examine the visual perception levels of primary school student. The sample of the research in which the relational screening models are used. Visual perception levels of the students were determined by Developmental Visual Perception Test-2. For the suitability of the scale to the age group (8-9), 100 students were pre-studied; and reliability and validity of the scale were tested. The scale which was determined to be suitable for the age group re-applied with 150 students, visual perception levels of the students were examined by gender, and the relationship between visual perception subtests was determined. At the end of the research, it was determined that general visual perceptions of the student were at an average level. The student who are better than average in the visual motor perception dimension that require motor skills, include complex hand eye coordination tasks, shows visual perception skill, are at the average level, at the motor independent visual perception dimension that doesn’t require motor skill and aiming to measure visual perception skills. The students had the highest average at the visual motor speed dimension and the lowest average at the position in place dimension. It has been shown that the age of the student leads to a significant difference in terms of general visual perception level. Moreover it has been determined that there is no effect of gender on the visual perception level of the students. Beside this, it has been found that the common effect of the age and gender on the students’ general perception level isn’t significant. There is a positively and highly significant relationship between general visual perception and its sub-dimensions. The relationship between subtests is positive and significant, too.
Visual Perception, DTVP-2, Visual Motor Integration, Motor Reduced Visual Perception