Spatial Intelligence is the ability to understand three-dimensional figures and images. It involves understanding and remembering the relative locations of objects in the mind. It is the ability to perform visualization and spatial thinking.
As Thomas Armstrong said "When I was a special education teacher, most of my students had difficulty with academic tasks involving either words or numbers (or both). However, many of these kids were gifted artists, cartoonists, Lego experts, mechanics, visualizers, and in other ways demonstrated competence in visual-spatial thinking."
The file uses the following activities:
- Which option can be folded/unfolded to form the shape provided?
- Select the shape that answers the question.
- Rearrange the blocks to form the given shape.
- Click and drag the 3D blocks to form the reference shape.