Definitions for "Concrete operational stage"
The third stage in Piaget's theory of cognitive development in which children begin to think about and understand operations in ways that are reversible. go to glossary index
the Piagetian stage, extending from 7 to 12 years of age, during which the child learns to reason logically about objects that are physically present. 120
The period from the ages of seven to eleven years during which children’s processing capacity increases and they develop the use of memory encoding and retrieval strategies, becoming more aware of their own capabilities and limitations.