A child who has a positioning schema positions objects, which is very important to the child.
A child who has a positioning schema may:
- Put things on their heads.
- Prefer custard next to sponge, not over it.
- Lie under the table.
- Organise objects or themselves in a particular way.
If a child has a positioning schema parents/carers may like to provide:
- Bricks, cars.
- Houses, shelves.
- Allow them to position in their way.