Spatial concepts (a category of basic concepts) define the relationship between us and objects, as well as the relationships of objects to each other. As our language begins to develop, early spatial concepts such as in front of, behind, top, bottom, over, under, last, between, farthest, backward, in, on, etc., help us understand directions more precisely, ask detailed questions, and express our ideas to others. For preschoolers and young students, an awareness or understanding of spatial concepts and relationships usually predicts later success in math, reading, and following directions.
Follow The Ants
Written By Amrutha Satish, Illustrated by Soumya Menon
Anita loves all small things - pebbles, insects, shells and worms. One day she sees a long line of little ants. Curious, she decides to follow them. They take her along things she sees every day. But where do they take her finally? What does she do with them? Why is Anita happy about following the ants?Subscribe to Toka Junior Gift a Box
Bilingual Preposition Board Game
Inspired by this month's book pick, we created a unique board game in-house, for preschoolers explore prepositions and spatail words in English and in Hindi! We also learn more about insects and in particular ants, while also using spatial concepts to solve mazes! A fun packed box for winter afternoons at home!Subscribe to Toka Junior Gift a Box
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