Spatial reasoning requires students to probe deeper than just surface work with facts and formulas. In the three tasks provided, students are required to measure, create, and justify their thinking.
Facilitation notes are provided as well as a sample graphic for a word wall. There are also single pages of the activities as task cards that are suitable for students using in their Mathematician’s Notebook.
This resource is good for students with Dyslexia and language-based learning deficiencies. We’d like to hear about your experience with our resources.