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January 16, 2013


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Yvonne Ng

A lot of what preschool teachers do already develop spatial skills: playing with blocks (rotation, translation of objects); toys with moving parts like music boxes, gears, windup toys, marble tracks that spin, lift and start other marbles (how parts interact); puzzles (rotation, negative space recognition). I list some of these on my blog/website and am making videos for those who want to see the STEM in what they already do with young children.

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