What does the child really understand about the general concept of a season?
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Have you heard this saying, “She is just good with numbers” or “He loves number games.” In most cases these comments refer to a child’s ability to make sense of how numbers work and how to apply numbers to a practical situation. Bobby says: “I need five more of the yellow Lego pieces.” Sam says: [...]
Thinking back to my own experience of learning how to read, I remember learning the letters through repetition – flashcards, letter of the week, and other rote activities. The names came well before the sounds and uppercase was before lowercase. Thinking back, had I been taught the sounds first, the process of learning to read [...]
We humans learn our native language, as complex as it is, with relative ease. However some sentences take more time to understand for young children. Take this sentence, “The truck was hit by a red car.” Many children under four years will remember this event with the truck doing the hitting. Usually the agent of [...]