They show symbolic thinking with pretend play and recognize patterns with daily activities. They also understand what "tomorrow" and "yesterday" mean. Two-year-olds are just beginning to use logical reasoning to solve everyday problems. They can sort shapes, complete puzzles with eight pieces or less, and stack a set of rings on a peg by size. They also understand addition and subtraction with the numbers "one" and "two."
The children will explore:
Operations on Numbers
Geometry and Spatial Sense
Patterns, Reasoning, and Algebra