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The Play Years

   
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Cardinality is another important development from play. Children begin to associate the last number in a counting sequence with the quantity of items in front of them. Vygotsky’s Sociocultural Theory stresses the social context of cognitive development during early childhood...
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Much of Vygotsky’s theory is based around the development of language and the social impacts that result. During early childhood, “young children frequently talk aloud to themselves as they go about their activities at play and at school” (Berk 1986)...
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