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Learning sorting and categorizing early is a huge deal. In my 16 years leading various companies, often I struggle with my subordinates who can’t seem to visualize the path to solving problems. Problem solving requires a mental process to “peel off” layers of complexity and that foundation is a clear understanding of categories and sorting.
So we have implemented quite a bit of category teaching and sorting in VINCI Curriculum apps, often using animals, as little kids seem to always love animals.
Today, after our Good Friday tradition of visiting our local wild animal park “Parc Omega”, we sat down in a nice restaurant for diner not far from the park to “compensate” ourselves, as we only had quick bite for lunch while driving through the park. A few minutes after we were into our grilled giant shrimps and fillet mignon, a group of boys, 8 or 10 of them, together with a couple of gentlemen, which the whole looked like a local hokey team, got in the door and the restaurant waiter led them to the 2nd floor.
Hera quietly looked at the noisy boys climbing up. By the time they disappeared from our sights, she looked at me and said “many animals just went upstairs!”
Humans are a special kind of animals – that’s how she learned from “Let’s Race” the animal racing game (VINCI Level 2). It’s just that circumstance that made what she said kind of funny.
May 21, 2013 By Sarah Cowan
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