Movement Thinking Imagination


Thinking, or cognitive development, involves many areas of learning such as problem solving, communication, and memory. Through natural curiosity and trial and error, your child will develop skills for learning and thinking. To develop these skills, play memory games, read to your child, ask open ended questions such as “what if...,” and provide a safe place to play and explore.


  • Builds the foundation for learning in school
  • Develops problem solving
  • Promotes communication
  • Improves memory skills

  • Featured “How To” Thinking Videos

    Video 1 Displayed: Barnyard Roundup
    Video 2: Water Noodle Lacing
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