Pre-school pattern of development
Created by Jaquelin Rodriguez and Giovany Balbuena
Preschoolers are the ages of 3-5. They are in pre-k to kindergarten
Begin to name colors and begin to understand simple counting.
At age 3, preschoolers know 300 words. That expands to 1,500 words by age 4, and to 2,500 words by age 5.
Stimulate their language development through reading, talking, and asking them questions.
Begin to understand the concept of time.
Understand concepts like grouping and matching
children actively seek information and new experiences from the people in their environment
They observe and mentally "sorting" objects according to their physical properties.
At the age of 3 to 5 yrs old they start to learn or know how to do Hop, climb, swing
By the age of 5, many kids can stand on one foot for at least 10 seconds.
Children can draw a person with up to four body parts and draw circles by the age of 5.
Begin learn how to copy a square and some capital letters.
They learn how to use scissors.
Kids often become frustrated with wanting to do something physically and not being able to do it yet. Thus, they have lots of falls and mishaps.
Run around obstacles
Walk on a line
Push, pull, and steer toys
Kids move easily between fantasy and reality, and can become quite emotional about their imaginary play.
They often do not know the difference between fantasy and reality.
teach them how to deal with her strong emotions.
see a pediatrician if your child is extremely aggressive or fearful at this age because its not normal for a kid at this age to have that kind of attitude
Interaction with other children increases/talk or play/friendships
learn how to deal with conflict and how to solve problems without so much emotion
They start to know how to share with other kids and play with each others
Express more awareness of other people's feelings