The Spatial Memory Exercise
Spatial memory is the ability to remember things as they relate to other objects or things in space. Good depth perception helps with spatial memory. Some children have problems with convergence with their vision and may need to see a developmental optometrist before addressing spatial memory issues. Spatial memory is developed early in life, so children at any age older than three can participate in this exercise. Of course adolescents would be expected to do much better at spatial memory than a younger child.
Spatial memory and spatial abilities are important for us in getting around town, getting around in a large store or mall, and in doing geometry. Many exercises that remediate spatial memory appear similar to visual memory exercises. It could be said that visual memory could be part of spatial memory.
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written by Daniel T. Moore, Ph.D. copyrighted 2013