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Early childhood is full of progress, changes, and learning events. One of the physical changesthat occur in early childhood is learning how to use hands and legs. For example, a child startsreaching out for things, crawling, and putting things in their mouth. Another change is that theirfine and gross motor skills start advancing, which is essential in developing learning instructionwhen they start school (Allen et al., 2015). There are also cognitive changes such as memorydevelopment. Children start remembering familiar faces, routines and start making sense of theworld around them. Another cognitive change is that children start questioning the thingshappening around them. It creates curiosity, which is essential in learning. Social changes alsotake place in early childhood. One of them is identifying familiar people and wanting to playwith them. Another social change in early childhood is following some rules and playing gameswith peers.All these changes are essential in planning and developing appropriate instruction for young
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