Develop Attention Using Geometrical Figures

31/07/2014, 14:30

A geometric figure is the best tool for developing the attention of a child. A child learns to distinguish simple forms earlier than more difficult objects, and figures are an abstract symbol which can be turned into anything. IQsha's tasks with geometrical figures will help develop visual attention.

In this task, it is necessary to find and count as many geometrical figures as possible. It is important to remember that each small detail can be a part of a bigger detail of the same form. And it is necessary not to be confused during counting... This exercise develops not only visual attention, but also discipline of thinking and assiduity.

Find all the figures of one form and count them! For simplification of the task, they can be painted or marked with felt-tip pens of different colors. Don't forget to connect lines from the figures to the correct quantity.

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