Ages 6-9: Intellectual Development
- Kids learn to read gradually. Children who are read to aloud and are encouraged to read tend to develop more quickly intellectually.
- Your child will become more sophisticated in understanding the concept of time. They enjoy hearing about times past.
- By age 6, most children can count to 100. By age 9, they are beginning to learn how to multiply.
- Engaging the bodies as well as the minds of children this age will help them learn.
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