Children love to discover new things in their environment. For young children at this age, however, putting related objects together is not an easy task. First, they must recognize the objects using colors, shapes and their general knowledge regarding the objects. It is then necessary to determine the relationship between these objects. This ability to associate plays an essential role in children’s intellectual development.
This workbook, which is a sequel to “What Belongs Together”, helps children discover and understand the connections among everyday objects and various activities in their environment. It carefully encourages this developing ability without overwhelming the child. All exercises are based on what children usually are familiar with, thus reinforcing their existing knowledge and extending their views to the exciting world.
Discovering everyday objects
Reinforcing existing knowledge
Extending views to the world