A child acquires various types of knowledge in the process of knowledge development and forms various schemas according to those.
a. Physical Knowledge
Empirical knowledge about environment and objects in the world, gained through perceptual abilities.
b. Logico-Mathematical Knowledge
Ability to think in an abstract or problem-solving manner, a knowledge that must be constructed within and by each individual; this cannot be taught.
c. Social-arbitrary Knowledge
Culture-specific knowledge on how to interact appropriately with others, learned from people within one’s culture.