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Group 7 Cognitive Development text
Milestone for toddlers
Finds things even when hidden under two or three covers
Begins to sort shapes and colors
Completes sentences and rhymes in familiar books video
Plays simple make-believe games
Builds towers of 4 or more blocks
Might use one hand more than the other
Follows two-step instructions such as “Pick up your shoes and put them in the closet.”
Names items in a picture book such as a cat, bird, or dog
Milestone for preschoolers
Counts 10 or more things
Can draw a person with at least 6 body parts
Can print some letters or numbers
Copies a triangle and other geometric shapes
Knows about things used every day, like money and food
Piaget’s stages of intellectual or cognitive development
Covers children ages birth to 18-24 months old
All things learned are based on experiences or trial and errors
Main goal is establishing an understanding of object permanence
Covers children ages 2 through 7 years old
Memory and imagination are developing
Children at this age are egocentric
Main achievement is being abble to attach meaning to objects with language
They thinking about things symbolically
Memory and working memory
Critical thinking, higher level thinking
Evaluation and analyzing skills
Ability to make comparisons
Logic and reasoning
Milestone for infants
Watches the path of something as it falls
Looks for things she sees you hide
Puts things in his mouth
Moves things smoothly from one hand to the other
Picks up things like cereal o’s between thumb and index finger
The development of knowledge, skills, problem solving and dispositions.
Let children to think.
To figure out things.
help children to think and understand the world.
Brain development is part of cognitive development.
There are 4 stages of cognitive development.
Preoperational stage (age2-7)
Concrete operational stage (age7-11)
Sensorimotor stage (age 0-2)
Formal operational stage (age12 up)