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How To Enhance Cognitive Development Skills In Your Pre-schooler


Cognitive development is the development of thinking across the lifespan of a child. Your pre-schooler will rapidly develop her cognitive skills during the first few years of her life and then build on them as time passes.

As a pre-schooler, your child will learn slowly to develop her ability to reason out tasks and find solution to them. Among the areas of cognitive development are processing of information, reasoning, language development, and memory.

Go through this ClipBook to know about ways to enhance your pre-schooler’s cognitive development skills.


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