This title offers 150 brain-boosting activities for preschoolers. Small children find it difficult to grasp abstract ideas. Research also shows that the part of the brain where they reason has a limited capacity, so they find it hard to remember more than a few facts while they work things out. This book will help your child to draw conclusions from their observations and to practise memory recall. It will also teach them to match and sort, and to form abstract concepts, like colour and ownership which are important for learning mathematics.
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