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How spatial thinking could help children learn maths – and go on to use it in their careers

By Emily Farran, Professor of Cognitive Development, University of Surrey
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Figuring out how jigsaw pieces fit together by visualising moving them in your mind is an example of using spatial skills.The Conversation

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