Name: Visual Spatial Skills for Perception
Perception of the environment (e.g. following directions)- Visual-spatial thinking is the ability to perceive the visual information in the environment, to represent it internally, to integrate it with other senses and experiences and to derive meaning and understanding.
Crawl under someone's legs
Stand beside the tallest person
Arrange people to make shapes
Games with hoops, beanbags and boxes.
Setting a table
Board games e.g. Othello, chess etc
Craft activities e.g. collage, origami
Construction games e.g. Lego, building a railway track or fort
Activities requiring copying 3D to 3D
Construction toys e.g. Lego
Patterns with objects using different shapes, sizes and colors.
Activities requiring copying 2D to 3D
The individual makes the model from copying a card, picture or photograph.
Block or peg patterns
Model making from pictorial instructions e.g. Lego, K'nex
Following a recipe when cooking
Origami, copying diagrams in a book.
Activities requiring copying 2D to 2D
Copying a picture
Copying from the whiteboard
Constructing a drawing.
7.Whiteboard / Dry Erase Board