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    Consider Piaget's theory of cognitive development during the sensorimotor stage. What would be important characteristics of toys developed for children during the first 2 years of life, if we wanted to enhance sensori-motor development so that we could encourage a decrease in egocentrism and the development of object permanence?

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    As you consider Piaget's theory of cognitive development during the sensorimotor stage, some important characteristics of toys developed for children during the first 2 years of life include the following traits:
    ? toys that promote active learning and active engagement
    ? toys that are sensory in nature; they stimulate or activate kids' five senses
    ? toys that stimulate kids' fine motor skills

    Research encourages toys that embody skills such "as ...

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    Piaget's theory of cognitive development during the sensorimotor stage is briefly exemplified.

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