with regard to Jean Piaget's theory, the 3rd primary stage of cognitive development, taking place from around seven to eleven years old, wherein kids can perceive things in a broader way, are less narrow-minded, and can think reasonably about concrete items and about certain circumstances or events comprising those items.

CONCRETE OPERATIONAL STAGE: "Samantha was right on track entering the concrete operational stage around 7 years of age."
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