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Thinking about things and remembering things is usually easy for children - they have excellent memories! By the age of 3, there are trillions of of connections that are forming the brain. By doing activities and games with your children it can help in the formation of those connections.
Try these activities to see how good they are are remembering names and places.
Take 5 things...
Go to the shops...
My name is... and I like to...
I Went on holiday and I took...
Games of this sort are all great to get children thinking and getting them used to recalling information. It's a great way to see how well they are learning.
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