Cognitive

Cognitive development refers to the building of thinking methods, which includes how your child will remember, problem solve, and make decisions from now and into adulthood. At age four your child is now able to focus his attention more accurately and is less influenced by distractions, which is important because it will enable him to complete and engage in more challenging tasks. The eagerness to ask questions increases as your child develops a strong curiosity about the world around him.

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Cognitive

Cognitive Components

Attention Span
Attention Span

Attention span involves the amount of time your child is able to concentrate and focus on a single activity.

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Math and Numbers
Math and Numbers

Math and number awareness involves your child recognizing numbers, counting, learning one-toone correspondence, recognizing patterns, sorting and classifying.

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Spatial Relationship
Spatial Relationship

Spatial concepts define the relationship between your child and objects, as well as the relationship of objects to each other.

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Problem Solving
Problem Solving

Problem solving refers to your child’s ability to use the knowledge and information she has already acquired to f ind answers to difficult or complicated issues.

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Symbolic Play
Symbolic Play

Symbolic play is a type of thinking in which symbols or internal images (images in your child’s mind) are used to represent objects, persons, and events that are not present.

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