Cognitive

Cognitive development refers to the way your infant uses his brain to process information. Your baby processes information through problem-solving events, using his memory, and thinking, and reasoning through everyday experiences.

In your baby’s brain, there are a hundred billion neurons, also known as brain cells. All of these brain cells connect together as your baby grows; this is what makes your baby smarter. Connections are formed by all of the wonderful experiences you provide for your baby to learn.

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Cognitive

Cognitive Components

Paying Attention
Paying Attention

Visual development in your baby sets the stage for cognitive development as she uses her sense of sight.

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Mathematical concepts
Mathematical concepts

Mathematical concepts are important components of rational and logical thinking

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Cause and Effect
Cause and Effect

Cause and effect refers to the relationship between an action and its outcome.

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Problem Solving
Problem Solving

Your baby is learning how to get what she wants, when she wants it; this is also called thinking and problem solving.

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