I don't think she's ready for that. She's too young.
I hid the ball! Can you find it?
It's GONE! you don't have it anymore which means it doesn't exist!
HIT ME IN THE FACE WITH THAT BAT!!!!
NO DO NOT DO THAT!!!!
Do you know the difference between a Zebra and a Horse?
Making a baby walk at a very young age cannot work as the baby has not matured enough to have the ability to walk.
Aren't they the same thing?
The child hid the ball but the other child does not know the concept of object permanence meaning if its gone it still exists.
Wow I didn't know that the Zebra wasn't the same thing! I now know why they are different and I know what a Zebra is and what a Horse is and how to tell them apart.
As the child's body grows, so does the brain. Sudden head trauma can cause permanent brain damage. Especially during the periods when the brain is growing more than usual and is more susceptible to damage than normal. This can cause serious health problems later on in life.
The child has learned the difference between two similar things yet still knows the differences to know that a Zebra and a Horse are in fact different.
The child has learned the difference between a Horse and Zebra and has now made a mental file about the difference is about a horse and zebra.