A friendly fox-baby helps learning the concept of groups and similarity.
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Children begin arranging things in categories by around 24 months.
For older ones take two similar objects and one that looks different. Ask, “What’s different?” and “Why?” If your child is too young to such a game explain him or her why the objects are being sorted as they are by pointing out the similarities in color, shape or size.
- Developing observational and visual differentiation skills
- Attributing objects into categories
- Defining object's characteristics