101 Great Gifts Kids Can Make by Stephanie Mueller, Ann Wheeler

By Stephanie Mueller, Ann Wheeler

Young children a while 3 to 8 could make special offers for mothers, dads, grandparents, associates, teachers—all of the designated humans of their lives! Create a Made-It-Myself mouse pad custom-made for mother. Dad will love the peaceable chimes of his Terracotta track Maker, and grandparents could be extremely joyful with the image Puzzle. From the cardboard to the wrapping paper, and every thing in among, one hundred and one nice presents young children could make has dozens of excellent present principles that may make gift-giving significant back!

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Well, gee, yes, maybe I can. 4), but they are among the first ones a child uses. The word uh-oh presupposes that something unexpected happened. The ability to use uh-oh, then, presupposes a mind that expects things. In effect, there is a presupposition about possible worlds that one must have to use uh-oh appropriately; that is, one must be able to imagine a world different from the actual world. I believe that any child has this ability. One hears claims that children with autism do not, and these explorations might prove useful or enlightening if pursued with them.

We are well advised to take data and ideas from all quarters seriously. That includes not only grammatical intuitions, acquisition, and disorders, but also neurology, logic, epistemology, anthropology, and computer science. ‘‘Axioms’’ of How Acquisition Happens Universal Grammar Modern linguistics is based upon the great philosophical shift initiated by Noam Chomsky, who has used language to argue that minds are real and 13 Setting the Stage cannot be reduced to purely physical concepts (a sophisticated topic to which we return).

The ideas are driven by the goal of finding simple, tightly coherent abstractions. The evidence is culled from everywhere and resembles archeology more than experimentation. Some evidence is minimal and perhaps weak, while other evidence is extremely robust. Seeing the larger edifice is really building a house of hypotheses. First we need to see where the crucial joints in the house lie; then we can go out and devise new experiments to bolster the rickety pieces. An archeologist studying Rome considers accidental trinkets, the Coliseum, and carbon dating all together.

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