Understanding spatial relationships is a required skill for your child to have as she learns to navigate through life.
When your child has the ability to understand her position (where the body is) in relation to things around her, then she can avoid obstacles. Your child’s brain has to consistently think about where everything is, especially her own body.
Spatial relationship skills will continue to develop naturally over time as you support your child’s skill building. Your child will also increase this skill through making more observations of where things are in her environment. Help her out by making obstacle courses at home with sheets and chairs. Also play Hide and Seek with your child; you’ll both have a good time.