How to train your baby’s visual space
“Sense of direction” is an aspect of visual-spatial intelligence.
People who have a bad sense of direction often get lost, and can master some other visual elements.
Don’t you want your child to be a “lost lamb” in the future?
Then let’s play the visual-spatial intelligence game together!
I often hear people say that someone has a bad sense of direction, and they get lost all day long, or the places they’ve been to are quickly unrecognizable. This fact is actually caused by the weakness of visual-spatial intelligence.
Therefore, these people have spatial orientations: up, down, left, right, inside, outside, front, back; directions: east, south, west, north; there are other visual elements, such as distance, height, depth of field, and other factors.Mastery is also possible.
In addition, it also includes the composition when painting, the position when decorating the furniture, etc., will also be affected!
Father, mother, baby, prepare, the game is starting!
Baby games for less than 6 months 1 Know the rhythm of the left and right hands: This is my right hand raising, this is my left hand touching the sky, left hand, right hand, pat, right hand, left hand, good brother!
Action: Take actions based on the lyrics and lift your baby’s left and right hands separately.
Allow children to practice the flexibility of their hands through the rotation of their hands, so that they can also recognize the steering.
This game is very suitable for babies under 6 months.
Game 2 Find Toy Tips 1 You can try to put the toy in front of your baby, and then cover it with a small towel or small box, let the child turn the toy into itself, practice the concept of the child’s permanent objects, and understand the toy in the towelTop or bottom of the carton.
Tip 2 You can also place the toy on or under a small table that your child can get.
Create abstract concepts for children inside, outside, above, below.
Game 3 Stack 2-3 blocks for your baby. Stack them once for your child.
You can pile up or grow side by side, and let your child imitate.
Tip: When the child is longer and longer, the number of building blocks can gradually increase.
Baby games for 6 months and older 1 Hide and seek For those who have the ability to move, such as crawling, we can come and play hide and seek!
By the way, practice the ability to listen to the sound, the parents can call the child’s name in different places, and let the child find where you are.
Tip 1 For younger children, you can practice in a smaller range; bonded children can play in a safe place throughout the entire middle!
Tip 2 In this process, the child must judge the position, distance, and distance of the sound.
Game 2 Tangram For children under 1 year old, it is difficult to spell specific graphics with Tangram.
Parents are free to let their children piece together to familiarize them with these different shapes and different length edges. Of course, you can first show some of them separately for your baby.
Game 3 Walking For the often walked or close places, when walking along the road, you can tell your child that we should turn left or right, or walk to a special landmark (such as a convenience store).… Tricks For children over 3 years old, they can occasionally lead the way.
Game 4 sets of cups can use a variety of ready-made cups, pudding boxes or play bowls, let children practice a set of one.
Of course, the bigger ones can be smaller, so let the children practice the concept of space size.
Tips on the market also sell special “sets of cups”, which have multiple shapes and sizes, but in fact those cups and boxes used in household waste have the same effect.
Game 5: Various combination toys should strengthen children’s spatial intelligence. The best toys for children are combined toys.
Such as building blocks, plug-in toys, puzzles, combination models, etc. are all good choices.
Game 6 Homemade adventure car props: 1, cardboard or unnecessary cardboard box 2, double-sided tape or glue 3, scissors 4, tape play: 1, first reduce the cardboard to 4 cm in size, as a carThe way to go.
2. Cut some 1.
5 cm wide, 5 cm long, or other sizes of cardboard are used as road separation islands and are randomly glued to thick cardboard roads to make the cardboard a vertical, horizontal, or intersection road.
3, find a medium-sized toy car, while criss-crossing the road boards, let the car practice obstacles or crossroads to go straight or turn left and right.
Tips for kids can get them involved in making together!
Contrast: 1. Cultivate the concept of spatial orientation 2. Train logical reasoning ability 3. Promote eye-hand coordination What is visual-spatial intelligence?
Visual-spatial intelligence is defined as: “Accurately observe and explain the world, or communicate all aspects of that world to others.
“The focus is on observation and design, both acceptance and expression. People who have outstanding performance in visual-spatial intelligence have certain advantages. Visual spatial intelligence with superiority usually has a better sense of direction and space in future performance.
Therefore, in addition to the good ones that usually recognize the way, their professional performance usually belongs to the nature of design, such as architects, interior designers, fashion design, sculpture, photographers, art design . and evenMay become an inventor!
How to develop visual-spatial intelligence for babies under 1 year old?
In the development of visual-spatial intelligence for 0-1 year-old babies, most of them need the help of adults in language. Through the cooperation of adults’ spoken words and movements, they gradually establish a sense of spatial direction.
For example, when raising his right hand, he should also prompt his right hand in spoken language; in daily life, parents should also pay attention to their spoken expressions. We often say to our children “come here” and “go there”of.
In fact, even for a small number of children, the correct orientation nouns must be used, such as “to the front” and “on the right”.
Of course, the babies still can’t understand the abstract concepts, we must use gestures to help them understand.