Early Childhood Matters 102 - Critical thinking

The ability to think critically is widely fostered as part of the holistic development of young children. Activities that require children to engage in looking, understanding, reflecting, judging, and making choices will guide them through the many dilemmas, decisions and choices they will have to face in life.

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