Preschoolers: Child Development (3-5 Years Old)
Developmental Milestones for Preschoolers 3-5 Years of Age
As your child grows into early childhood, his world will begin to open up. She will become more independent and begin to focus more on adults and children outside of the family. He will want to explore and ask about his surroundings even more.
Her interactions with family and those around her will help to shape her personality and individual ways of thinking and moving. During this stage your child will be able to ride a tricycle, use safety scissors, show awareness of gender identity, help to dress and undress himself, play with other children, recall part of a story, and sing a song.
For more information on developmental milestones and warning signs of possible developmental delays, visit Learn the Signs. Act Early.
Positive Parenting of Preschoolers 3-5 Years of Age
Child Safety First (Preschoolers 3-5 Years of Age)
As your child becomes more independent and increases her interaction with the outside world, it is important that you and your child are aware of ways to stay safe. Here are a few ways to protect your child.
Last Editorial Review: 10/9/2009 3:54:19 PM
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