Author: Dana T. Johnson
Product Code: 262
ISBN: 978-1-59363-326-4
Pages: 120
Availability: In stock.


Spark the visual learning of students in grades 2–4 with Spatial Reasoning, a mathematics unit for high-ability learners. Gifted students demonstrate an advanced aptitude for spatial reasoning at early ages, and they require more complex lessons than what the standard curriculum provides. This field-tested unit approaches spatial reasoning through one-dimensional (1-D), two-dimensional (2-D), and three-dimensional (3-D) tasks that will engage students.

The lessons in this unit are differentiated for gifted learners, and they are supported by hands-on extension activities that extend spatial concepts beyond the classroom. The skills learned throughout this unit will lay the foundation of spatial reasoning that will prepare students for middle school and beyond.

Spatial Reasoning was developed by the Center for Gifted Education at The College of William and Mary.

For a review of the research supporting the use of this product, please download What Works: 20 Years of Curriculum Development and Research for Advanced Learners.

Winner of the 2011 NAGC Curriculum Studies Award

Grades 2–4

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by Holly
on 4/30/2012
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Excellent Resource!
I used all nine units of this book, including the pre- and post- tests. It was easy to implement and provided meaningful learning for my students! 
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Review by: James Cox, Midwest Book Review - July 22, 2008
Math skills are invaluable for young children, and even complex concepts can be taught to children if done in the right way. Spatial Reasoning: A Mathematics Unit for High-Ability Learners in Grades 2–4 is a guide for educators to help their students understand the concepts of spatial reasoning in the fields of one, two, and three dimensional tasks. With advice on teaching gifted learners, Spatial Reasoning: A Mathematics Unit for High-Ability Learners in Grades 2–4 is highly recommended for community library mathematics collections.
 

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