Name: Visual Spatial Skills – Manipulating Objects
The visual and tactile world consists of objects situated in space. Gaining an understanding of the attributes of objects and where they are in space.
Knowledge of object categories and attributes allows the individual to mentally and physically organize things in the world.
Spatial awareness and spatial relations allow the individual to locate objects and navigate successfully in the environments
Being able to reason about space, and how to manipulate objects in space, is a critical part of everyday life, helping us to navigate a busy street, put together a piece of furniture and unloading the dishwasher. Such skills are especially important for success academic and professional domains, including science, technology, engineering, and math.
Building: Through their visual-spatial work the individual can explore and manipulate three-dimensional materials, developing and practicing many different skills simultaneously (e.g., construction, engineering, kinesthetic, math, literacy, social skills).
Block play or build models:
Picking up furniture building hobbies will help you visualize objects and then use pieces to recreate those objects
This ALL helps sharpen geometry, mathematics, and memory skills and help with visual perception and attention to detail.
Description: Kids: K’Nex Building Set and Lego Catamaran
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