Cognitive Milestones Ages 3 to 5 Educational and Parenting Articles

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It's important as a parent to know what your preschooler is capable of understanding, so that you can form reasonable expectations.
Describes the preoperational stage of development as defined by Piaget and provides an overview of the egocentric nature of children's behavior at this level.
The foundation for mathematics learning starts early, building on the curiosity and enthusiasm of young children and grows naturally from their experiences.
Describes the advancement in childrenâs ability to understand mathematics in preschool. Topics include number sense, geometric thinking and measurement.
Understanding young children's cognitive development, and reasons behind why they might lie and steal, can assist adults in helping a child learn the
Preschool classrooms must consider not only the social, emotional, and intellectual characteristics preschoolers but also their cultural backgrounds.
The ability to listen involves more than just hearing. It requires children to focus their minds on the sounds perceived. Music activities provide an excellent
Summarizes the cognitive growth in preschool children including symbolic thought, memory skills, reasoning abilities, time and perspective taking.
Suggests some activities for parents to play with their children to enrich the cognitive development and mind of a three to four year old child.
Provides a list of what research and theory has documented the value of music to be in young children’s growth and learning including its impact on cognitive
An overview of a preschool child's cognitive development.
Piaget's four stage of cognitive development spanning birth through adulthood.
Discusses the importance of the group environment on a child's learning and development.
Here are nine ways you can encourage your child's social-emotional, creative, and physical growth.
The standards in this article are intended for 4-year-old children. It includes standards for singing and playing instruments, creating music and understanding
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