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How are primary-grade children's thinking skills different than those in the preschool years? In your answer, describe three different characteristics of concrete operational thought.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Suggested Responses: Students should note that primary-grade children are free from some of the cognitive limitations of the preschool years and can use logic to overcome perception. Three of the following characteristics should be described: decentration, reversibility, causality, and a continued reliance on concrete objects in learning.
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