When they meet something new, children very quickly move from amazement to memorization. The fact is that, unlike adolescents and adults, children have almost no fear, and therefore, for example, seeing a fish and/or a bird, a child quickly writes in his head stories, filling them with fairy-tale motifs. And at the same time they think about how exactly the plant/animal/phenomenon exists in reality, how it coexists with others. If the child is trying to show his impressions — draw or write — don't stop him/her, but if you want to know more, you can order term papers on this topic. This will help you understand the child's feelings.