Spatial awareness is tricky to develop because the only way to improve it is to practice it; and for a child who finds these types of tasks challenging, practice will require lots of encouragement. Follow the leader is a great way for your son to mimic your movements; you can start with one sided activities such as raising your right arm and move on to two sided activites such as jumping jacks, or walking like a doggy over and under poles. The sillier you make the activities the more likely he will be to follow; giving him the opportunity to be the leader as well will encourage him to think of ways to trick you. Obstacle courses are also great for spatial development; gymnastics or dance also provide great stimulation. Building a lego version or map of the house, school or playground helps with spatial orientation. Please feel free to contact me via Email should you need more ideas.
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