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1 © Learning ZoneXpress Physical Development Arms and legs become longer in relation to their torso Becomes thinner Improved ability to hop, skip, catch and throw and balance on one foot Can feed themselves and work large buttons or zippers Can use small scissors and glue things together Can draw somewhat realistic pictures Preschoolers Development (three to five years)
2 © Learning ZoneXpress Preschoolers Development (cont.) Intellectual Development Ask “who, what and where” questions about their environment Use short sentences to carry on a conversation Begin to learn about reading, writing and following directions Can concentrate on a task
3 © Learning ZoneXpress Preschoolers Development (cont.) Are eager to please Begin to be cooperative and to share in playing with others Begin to solve simple problems Can understand and follow rules Have a sense of right and wrong Want to avoid punishment and gain rewards Express feelings Need to develop positive feelings about themselves May have fears, such as of the dark May not grasp differences between fantasy and reality Emotional and Social Development
4 © Learning ZoneXpress Preschoolers Care Giving Guidelines Build motor skills by providing water play, encouraging running, skipping, playing catch and with games like hide and seek and Simon Says. Do simple crafts, storytelling, use puppets and play dress up. Encourage the child to talk about their activities, artwork and feelings about their friends and family. Provide puzzles, cutting and coloring activities. Assign household tasks and help the child to successfully complete the task. Talk with the child about their everyday activities and feelings, encouraging their questions.
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