Cognitive

Cognitive development refers to how your child’s mind is working and his process of learning. Cognitive development also involves your child using his senses as well as his motor skills to learn and discover the world around him. Your toddler learns information by engaging in everyday routine activities such as playing, eating, taking trips, and get ting dressed. Your child is using the senses of touch and sight to interact with objects and make connections.

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Cognitive

Cognitive Components

Attention Span
Attention Span

Attention span involves your child being able to focus on an activity or learning experience for an average length of time consisting of two to six minutes.

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Math & Numbers
Math & Numbers

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

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Spatial Relationship
Spatial Relationship

Spatial relationships are the relationships between the locations of objects to each other in a given space. This also includes the relationship between your child’s own location and objects in a given space.

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Problem Solving
Problem Solving

Problem solving is how your child comes up with solutions to complex challenges.

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Cause & Effect
Cause & Effect

Cause and effect is the relationship between an action and its outcome.

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Symbolic Play
Symbolic Play

Pretend play is when your child uses objects in make-believe activities. Symbolic play is when she imitates actions and sounds she encounters in everyday life and imagines scenarios that take familiar experiences in a new direction.

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