Preschool+Mathematics

Preschool+Mathematics - Cognitive Cognitive Development

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Cognitive  Cognitive  Development Development Understanding Mathematics  Understanding Mathematics 
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Preschool Cognitive Development Learning concepts  about the world How to  categorize  objects and people Living and non-living things Big and little Colors and shapes Social roles (parents, teachers, fire fighters, etc.) Pets, farm animals, zoo animals How to  predict and interpret  experience What people are feeling and thinking What will happen next How events are related (cause and effect) Curriculum is designed to reinforce early concepts and teach new  ones by building on earlier concepts
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What Children Learn Literacy:  vocabulary and language, phonological awareness, letters,  words, print, comprehension, books and other texts, and sources of  enjoyment Mathematics:  numbers; patterns and relationships; geometry and  spatial awareness; measurement; and data collection, organization,  and representation  Science:  physical science, life science, and earth and the environment Social Studies:  spaces and geography, people and how they live,  people and the environment, and people and the past
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 830:396 taught by Professor Hudson during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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Preschool+Mathematics - Cognitive Cognitive Development

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