Understanding Change in Middle Childhood: Reversibility & Reciprocity


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Why is the concrete operational stage an important developmental stage?

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1. Manipulating the world in your mind to solve a problem is called:

2. Which of the following is an example of reversibility?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Students can use these practice questions about the changes in middle childhood to check their comprehension. Questions will ask about the concrete operational stage of development and changes that occur at this stage, along with related vocabulary words and phrases.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz and worksheet will assess students on this information:

  • Stage associated with middle childhood
  • Term that refers to changing things and then undoing the change
  • Solving a problem by manipulation of thoughts
  • Development stage that begins at age seven
  • Creating balance by changing two things

Skills Practiced

These assessments will help students develop the skills listed below:

  • Reading comprehension - read and draw important information from the related lesson on middle childhood
  • Defining key concepts - define key terms related to thinking processes
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the changes in middle childhood

Additional Learning

If you want more information, take a peek at the lesson, Understanding Change in Middle Childhood: Reversibility & Reciprocity. It will help students meet these educational goals:

  • Define concrete operations and introduce Jean Piaget
  • Explore an example of mental operations
  • Understand skills gained during middle childhood