Spatial Awareness and Locomotion Activities for Processing and Attention

By: Integrated Learning Strategies

Children with spatial awareness challenges face difficulty in tasks involving movement within their surroundings. Issues like balance problems, coordination difficulties, bumping into furniture, awkward movements, and struggles with personal boundaries can indicate limited spatial awareness.

In the classroom, poor spatial awareness can make subjects like writing and math exceptionally tough. Concepts related to sequences, shapes, graphs, letter formation, and proper spacing of letters and words on paper may be difficult for these children.

To improve your child’s spatial awareness, you can enhance their motor skills and learning development with locomotion activities.  Swipe up to see the exercise list.

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