Movement Thinking Imagination


The first five years of a child's life are a time of tremendous growth and discovery. During the preschool years children develop the ability to solve problems, think about objects or people that are not present, remember past events, and play make-believe.


  • Develops math skills
  • Small muscle (fine motor skills) development needed for handwriting
  • Motor planning (an action formulated in the mind before attempting to perform)
  • Problem solving

  • Featured “How To” Thinking Videos

    Video 1 Displayed: Problem Solving - Classification
    Video 2: Dried Bean Sorting
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