Class inclusion refers to the ability to classify objects into two or more categories simultaneously. For example, the ability to recognise that large categories such as ‘cars’ includes smaller sub-categories such as ‘blue cars’ or ‘red cars’ or different manufacturers. Piaget demonstrated that children in the pre-operational stage of intellectual development had difficulty answering questions like ‘are there more blue cars or more cars?’ due to their inability to understand class inclusion.

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