Each activity begins with a carefully structured statement, such as "An invisible person is running. The person's clothes and shoes are not invisible. How would that look?" The children must process information, formulate a visual idea and then draw it on their own paper.
"How Would That Look?" encourages visualization skills that lie at the heart of many problem-solving and creative challenges. It also sharpens direction-following and listening skills.
You'll find more than 100 activities. Each one is accompanied by an answer-drawing. For home use you'll want to cover the suggested answer (displayed on the same page as the prompt) before giving each exercises to your child. You may prefer to photocopy the worksheet pages or do the activities orally. In a classroom activities can be used orally or at centers.