Parents, take note! Playing with Levi's and certain video games can help children develop spatial skills critical to success in science and engineering, says scientists.
Legos could boost kids math skills
By providing spatial training to children, and providing spatially demanding toys before schooling starts, we can give them the opportunity to develop skills important in fields like science, technology, engineering and math, said Anne gold from cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences in the US.
They found that childhood play patterns made a huge difference. Spatial skill scores were significantly higher among students who engaged with construction based toys, and certain video games.