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The learning of basic concepts (spatial, temporal, quantity, etc.) is one of the fundamental bases to establish other types of learning in the early childhood education stage and favor the development of other types of activities such as psychomotricity, logic, mathematical content or literacy. Therefore, it is very important to work them from the initial stages and from the psychomotor field to achieve correct learning and adequate sensory integration.

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Spatial concepts: Where is the baby?

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Books to work on basic concepts

We learn the concepts inside and outside

Spatial Concepts Inside – Outside

Basics: Integer-Half

Spatial and quantitative concepts