Tag: memory and attention II

Making sure your child has the necessary building blocks for reading later on

Learning to read is a key skill for children and, believe it or not, they start practicing it since very early on. But what is...

How do children develop analogical reasoning?

Analogical reasoning is an advanced skill that allows us to tie together several experiences or facts that are not similar among them. This ability is...

The early memory and attention skills are related to later academic skills

In 2005, psychologists Debora Stipeck and Rachel Valentino from Stanford University looked into the relationship between memory and attention skills in early childhood, and whether...

My preschooler’s working memory

Working memory, as the name suggests, refers to the cognitive skill that allows us to hold information in our minds during the time that it...

Tips to improve my preschooler’s attention skills

Following the cognitive developmental milestones proposed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, here are some practical ideas to help your daughter develop her attention skills: ...

My 3-year-old’s attention skills

According neuroscientist Michael Posner, there are three underlying cognitive networks that relate to different functions of the attention skills. The first one is alerting and...
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