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Create collection checklist for children 0-6 months, 6-12 months, 1-2 years, 2-3 years , 3-4 years using this topics: cognitive management, physical management and social management?

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Collection Checklist for Children:

0-6 months:
Cognitive Management:
- High contrast black and white toys
- Soft books with different textures
- Rattles and shakers
Physical Management:
- Soft plush toys for grasping
- Tummy time play mat
- Baby gym with hanging toys
Social Management:
- Interactive baby mirrors
- Musical toys
- Baby-safe teething toys

6-12 months:
Cognitive Management:
- Shape sorters
- Stacking rings
- Simple puzzles
Physical Management:
- Push and pull toys
- Soft building blocks
- Ride-on toys
Social Management:
- Playsets with multiple pieces
- Interactive books with flaps
- Musical instruments

1-2 years:
Cognitive Management:
- Matching games
- Sorting toys
- Simple board books
Physical Management:
- Large building blocks
- Play kitchen set
- Tricycles or balance bikes
Social Management:
- Dolls or action figures
- Play food sets
- Play tents or tunnels

2-3 years:
Cognitive Management:
- Memory games
- Shape and color recognition toys
- Beginner puzzles
Physical Management:
- Play dough or clay
- Large floor puzzles
- Climbing structures
Social Management:
- Dress-up costumes
- Playsets with characters
- Pretend play toys (doctor kit, tool set)

3-4 years:
Cognitive Management:
- Alphabet and number puzzles
- Storybooks with simple sentences
- Matching games with more pieces
Physical Management:
- Scooters or tricycles
- Building sets with smaller pieces
- Art supplies (crayons, markers, paint)
Social Management:
- Board games
- Playsets with multiple characters
- Role-playing toys (cash register, kitchen set)
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Cognitive Management

0-6 Months:
- Responds to name
- Makes eye contact
- Imitates simple gestures (e.g., reaching, waving)
- Explores objects with mouth

6-12 Months:
- Sorts objects by size and shape
- Recognizes familiar people and objects
- Engages in symbolic play (e.g., pretending)
- Begins to understand simple words

1-2 Years:
- Uses language to communicate needs and wants
- Follows simple commands
- Problem-solves by trial and error
- Engages in imaginative play

2-3 Years:
- Counts to 10
- Understands basic concepts (e.g., size, shape, color)
- Demonstrates self-awareness
- Explores new environments with curiosity

3-4 Years:
- Uses complex sentences
- Understands abstract concepts (e.g., time)
- Follows multi-step instructions
- Engages in cooperative play

Physical Management

0-6 Months:
- Breastfeeds or bottle-feeds regularly
- Gains head control
- Rolls over from tummy to back
- Sits up with support

6-12 Months:
- Crawls
- Pulls to stand
- Holds objects with precision
- Eats pureed foods

1-2 Years:
- Walks
- Climbs stairs
- Runs and jumps
- Feeds self with spoon

2-3 Years:
- Toilets independently
- Dresses self with assistance
- Engages in active play (e.g., running, jumping, climbing)
- Uses scissors

3-4 Years:
- Rides a tricycle
- Catches a ball
- Draws and writes simple shapes
- Enjoys physical activities and games

Social Management

0-6 Months:
- Smiles and vocalizes
- Reacts to parental touch and eye contact
- Recognizes the primary caregiver

6-12 Months:
- Engages in social play (e.g., peek-a-boo)
- Shows affection towards family members
- Explores relationships with other children

1-2 Years:
- Engages in parallel play
- Imitates others' behavior
- Expresses emotions verbally
- Enjoys playing with other children

2-3 Years:
- Cooperates with others
- Uses language to interact with peers
- Begins to understand social rules
- Enjoys group play

3-4 Years:
- Engages in imaginative play with peers
- Uses language to resolve conflicts
- Understands the concept of sharing
- Demonstrates empathy towards others
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