Presentation on theme: "1. Conservation Knowing that quantities remain equal even when containers change shape tall thin glass of water, short wide glass of water candy bar ("— Presentation transcript:
1. Conservation Knowing that quantities remain equal even when containers change shape tall thin glass of water, short wide glass of water candy bar ( ½ broken up and ½ remains whole) shaping a ball of clay into a pancake then a snake
2. Classification To group objects according to the ways they are similar color shape size use weight
3. Sequencing or Seriation Putting things into some kind of logical ordering: what happens 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd, etc. largest to smallest tallest to shortest widest to narrowest arranging blocks according to size nesting cups money
4. Reversibility To carry a thought forward, then rethink it change things back to the original shape think about a tower, building it with blocks, taking it down, and rebuilding it sandcastles, snowmen, play-doh
Build it - Melt or Knocked down - Rebuild
5. Cause and Effect Doing something to cause other things to happen Turning on a faucet in the bathroom, water comes out Jack-in-the-box Hit/shake a bell and it will ring
Turn lever and water comes out. Turn the handle and clown pops out.
6. Recall To reproduce an idea or a name from memory describing yesterdays evening meal in detail
7. Time A period during which an action takes place seconds minutes hours days months years seasons past, present, future
8. Representation Having something stand or represent something else Picture represents a person Plastic food represents real food Stuffed animals represent dog, cat, monkey, cow, bear, etc.
9. Number The names of the number (two/2) Establishing a one to one correspondence having two objects out showing them the object, the numeral, and the word to correlate them
10. Spatial Representation The space words are: over under around through on top of in between next to
11. Language The pronunciation of the letters S sound B sound Knowing and writing the alphabet A, B, C, D, E,... In order and upper/lower case Reading letters to words to sentences to paragraphs to stories