15 Picture Books to Learn About, Use, and Accumulate Child’s Skilled Circumstances
For both adults and children, the ability to differentiate among many different objects can be a strength and an obstacle. Children learn to utilize spatial abilities in both classroom and home environments.
There are many different pieces of equipment that assist children with spatial training. Children can build 3D structures from blocks, purchase pre-made modular structures, learn visual signal processing through coloring books, and solve logical problems with block bridges or other similar mechanical skills.
Use these and other these children’s sciences to illustrate tools and activities related to your child’s life that can help them learn to work and interact with bodies and other people (real or invented) as well as allow children to practice creative problem solving skills through art, science, and craft.
Parents of children age 3 to 5 (and beyond!) can benefit from this when working with older children.
Children recognize spatial concerns in themselves as well as in others. Recognizing and understanding their own and others’ spatial abilities can be important for self-confidence and social skills.
Here are 15 picture books to introduce spatial and visual skill development in children. Read them aloud to your child as a way to reinforce eye contact and understanding their surroundings.
1. The Number Game
3. Big Box Oven
4. Brooklyn River
5. Many Bricks
6. Lego Monster Castle
7. Santa’s Village
8. Brothers Unbound
9. Kinko’s Lunch at School
10. Legos and Pirates
11. Pulling Horizontal Lines
12. In the Zoo
13. Big Box Shopping Cart
15. Dad’s Dinner Party