Visual Maths uses visualization in terms of an abstract thinking operation; that is to say, it makes kids to see mentally any figure. Throughout this process, they do not focus on the outcome, but on the process of searching for methods to solve the problem. Thus, they develop spatial intelligence, enhance abstract thinking and gain problem solving skills.
Give a geometric shape to children and ask them to find how many triangles are contained in it.
Give a figure and encourage children to form it with matches. Then, ask them to move only one match, but without changing the original figure given.