Cognitive

Cognitive development refers to how your child’s mind is working and his process of learning. At two years old, your child’s brain grows so fast that 250,000 nerve cells are added every minute. Your child’s brain continues to grow after birth; by two years of age, your child’s brain will be about 80% of the size of an adult brain. In this year, your child’s learning process is becoming more thoughtful and is greatly inf luenced by his environment. Your child is naturally curious and inquisitive and through his play investigates to make sense of the world around him.

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Cognitive

Cognitive Components

Attention Span
Attention Span

Attention span refers to your child’s ability to focus on a person and activity while ignoring other distracting things in the environment.

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Math and Numbers
Math and Numbers

Math and number awareness involves your child recognizing numbers, counting, learning one-to one correspondence, identifying patterns, and engaging in sorting and classifying.

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Spatial Relationship
Spatial Relationship

Spatial relationships refer to location and where things are in the environment (on top, under, beside, next to, inside, outside). When she understands these concepts she can better understand the concepts of distance and directions she is given.

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Problem Solving
Problem Solving

Your child is naturally curious. Through active exploration he will use trial and error to figure out a problem.

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Pretend Play
Pretend Play

Your two year old will begin to engage in more complex forms of pretend play.

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