From the very beginning of its development, a person learns to operate in consciousness of the material world. The child climbs into boxes and cabinets, playing with puddles of water on the street and plays with toys in the tub. So the human brain is acquainted with the concepts of width, length and height. To further develop spatial mindset to help such school subjects as geometry, technical drawing, design. The ability to vividly imagine the amount of objects, the shape, the size needed for the normal functioning of the brain.
To add to the life of creativity, develop imagination. Try to visualize geometric shapes: cube, tetrahedron, cone. In my mind, rotate them in different directions, imagine how objects look from different angles. Try figuratively to bite off pieces small piece. What will change?Imagine that the person sitting next, has increased dramatically in size. You can see the cells of his body and that of which they are composed. You are allowed to travel in person to look into all the hidden corners of his body, to penetrate the nostrils. Imagine what will be able to see there.The inventor or the person of creative mind can create in the imagination of a new spatial images that has not previously existed. It is not only a work of the imagination, but the ability to compose and combine different shapes and figures.
In order to better navigate in space and to develop memory, coming home after a walk, sketch on paper route. Play in memory of all the guests sitting at the table at the last celebration. What were they wearing? What hairstyles were the women? How many details you can remember?
Spatial thinking helps us to imagine and play in the mind of the right solution of the volume problem. You can mentally arrange the furniture in the apartment, to repaint the items in different colors and look for the most suitable option for the situation room or bedroom. Look around the room you're in. Now exit it and sketch the layout and location of interior items. What were you able to remember? What is the number of items you can keep in memory? Remember colors, shapes and details.