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According to Piaget's theory of cognitive development, what stage of development are children in during early childhood?

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Sensorimotor
- 0-2 Years
- Discover the world by using senses and motor activity e.g. a child putting things in their mouth while playing

Pre-operational
- 2-7 Years
- The child is egocentric. Language and memory are developing e.g. Begin to use sentences and remember where things have been put

Concrete Operational
- 7-11 Years
- Can only solve problems that are in front of them e.g. a child doing math problems in school

Formal Operational
- 11+ Years
- Can now use abstract thoughts and do problems mentally e.g. Children at school can look at the meaning behind poems

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