Cognitive Skills

Developing cognitive skills in early childhood is important because toddlers and young kids begin to learn about the world around them beginning with their senses. They also develop early motor skills with the use of objects. Challenge your child with a variety of resources, including DVDs and learning kits, to appeal to their visual and auditory senses. Games and puzzles to appeal to tactile learners. Helping your child develop cognitive skills in early childhood will help your child's memory and logic skills in the future.

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Rock 'N Learn

American Educational Products

ClickBlock Corp

Discovery Toys

Channie's Visual Handwriting Workbooks

Logic Roots

Lessons for Little Ones

The Sensory University

Della Direct

Kangaroo Manufacturing

Songs and More for Learning Store: Raising $ to record my NEW CD!

O'Block Books & Educational Materials

Kimbo Educational

Wilden Learning Resources

Curious Minds Busy Bags


Wonder-filled Days

Kidable Adventures

Skyhorse Publishing

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