Some children are naturally curious and creative, taking risks in their learning. Children who are naturally curious and creative often notice and wonder about what they see around them. They will ask questions and create their own answers. These children have a disposition to be creative and curious.
When children notice the differences around them, they are able to sort and group them by attributes.
Sorting things into smaller groups helps children to make decisions about how to interact with the objects. The grouping of the objects creates information and data. The information helps to tell us what to do and how to act.
“In our family there are more brown eyes than blue. There are 5 people - 4 have brown eyes but only 1 person has blue eyes.”