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How Playing With Blocks Can Teach Spatial-Reasoning Skills (Video)

Early learning coach Allyson Krogmann Jordan's preschool students learn spatial-reasoning skills by playing a "build and describe" game. Students create structures with wooden blocks, then describe them to their classmates who try to recreate them. 


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