Early childhood education has changed rapidly in recent years as a result of the significant increase in knowledge about how young children learn. As a result, early childhood educators are now focusing to a greater degree on experiences that develop reasoning and problem solving. Reasoning and problem-solving skills are the foundation of the learning process and need to be integrated in every area of child development. Problem solving requires that children take the knowledge and experiences that they have, in order to be able to learn what they don’t know. It also includes overcoming difficulties and presenting suggestions and trying them out. Reasoning is the cog of problem solving, which involves the capacity to think through problems and apply different approaches for solving them. This ...

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