Ages 3-5 development needs

Social Needs

- The parent should be able to teach their child the ability to play cooperatively with peers develops over the preschool years

-for example, toddlers often just watch others, play by themselves or imitate what they see another child doing without interacting with them

-The parent should show understanding how to share and play well with other children

-they should help their child develop good language skills by speaking to him or her in complete sentences

for example, being able to speak clearly is important in order to be understand

-Help him or her to use the correct words and phrases

-for example, developing relationships with kids around them

having conversations

-The parent should encourage their child to play with other children

-the parent needs to help their child through the steps to solve problems when their upset by doing that they teach them how to not get physically mad

-Teach them to talk their feelings out and to calm down and give them their favorite toy

Mental Needs

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  • a time of rapid growth along a number of developmental measures, is children’s thinking abilities, or cognition.
  • Across this time period, children learn to use symbolic thought, the hallmarks of which are language and symbol.
  • A time of rapid growth along a number of developmental measures, not the least of which is children’s thinking abilities, or cognition.
  • Across this time period, children learn to use symbolic thought, the hallmarks of which are language and symbol.
  • Memories are more easily recalled when the child is a participant as opposed to an observer, or when something makes a significant impression.
  • The time from 3-5 is the heart of symbol development in young children.
  • Memory abilities come online and children show their own ways of categorizing,reasoning, and problem solving.

Emotional needs

Some preschoolers can throw wild long tantrums calm them down and teach them how to deal with their strong emotions.

Example:-help them make sense of their emotions

-need to see a pediatrician if your child is extremely aggressive or fearful

-express negative feelings

-show intense feelings for parents and show affection for other familiar people

-caretakers can provide them with lots of support

-caretakers need to teach them how to request, negotiate, and make amends

-teach them how to move their bodies to dramatize the opening

-need to expect the truth from children express clear expectations

-parents should emphasize positive relationships

-provide them with love and affection

-comforting, singing, and talking to your child provides an emotional holding

-environment

Physical needs

~ Parents need to make sure they are physically active
For example : high energy activities such as running and climbing
~Being able to speak is important in order to be understood by others
~Using hands and fingers skilfully
~Understanding the meaning of numbers
~Speaking well
~Parents should ask complex questions
~Making sure they develop relationships with peers
~Your childs behavior
~Needs can be met by encouraging the to explore , experiments and try new things
~Improve drawing skills and learning to write some numbers and letters
~Having a learning environment
~Teaching games

~Providing a safe environment

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