This book works with 2-dimensional to 3-dimensional visual spatial relationships as users practice simple cutting, folding, and taping exercises in creating a cityscape — a collective of basic and compound forms representative of various civic icons.
This book builds into a three-dimensional map of Rome featuring 6 iconic locations: the Roman Forum’s Temple of Saturn, the Arch of Severus Septimius, the Basilica Maxentius, the Arch of Titus, the Arch of Constantine, and the famous Roman Colosseum.
The introductory pages of the book include a mini-book of facts about all of the locations highlighted in the book. As well as a practice build and an example of how to create your own additional items for the city such as trees, bushes, and other landmarks.
All exercises require basic cutting, folding, and gluing or taping and are designed for safety scissors and easy access to necessary actions.
This book works with the users:
- Visual Motor Integration
- Visual Spatial Relationships
- Sequencing, Order, & Logic Skills
- Visual Perceptual Skills
- Visual Processing
- Visual Discrimination
- Fine-Motor Dexterity & Function