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Thinking Skills & Learning Styles for Ages 3-5

Thinking Skills & Learning Styles for Ages 3-5

 
Flash forward to 2034. Your 5-year-old is 25 and needs a job. Teach her these life skills now and she’ll be set for life — no matter what...
Get your toddler ready for preschool with these 7 strategies.
Find out if your child is gifted even if he's not an academic superstar.
Use these tips to encourage your child’s critical thinking skills.
Kindergartners begin to recognize and become aware of time.
Encouraging your child to ask lots of questions helps her become a stronger thinker.
When you encourage creativity and problem-solving, you help your child develop skills that can be applied to everything she does.
Does it seem like your child has trouble paying attention? It's normal — but you can help.
Does your child prefer words or things? Does she invent stories or stick to the facts? Encourage her unique approach.
Help your child learn more efficiently by understanding how his memory works.
Playing and reading with your child is a perfect way to spend time together — and build abstract thinking skills at the same time.
Children are naturally curious about the world, and their powers of observation grow right along with them.
Preschoolers experiment with ideas to help them figure things out.
Learning to concentrate can depend on so many factors — age, stage, interest, and mood.

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