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Child Development Between The Ages of 3 to 4 years !!!

Child Development Between The Ages of 3 to 4 years

 

 

  1. The child must be able to count to three and show the appropriate number of fingers on a hand.
  2. The child must be able to master the concepts of one – many, large – small, high – low, and so on..
  3. The child must know the basic colors (red, yellow, green, blue, white, black).
  4. The child must know the basic geometric shapes (circle, square, triangle).
  5. The child must be able to compare objects by size, color, shape. To be able to compare the number of items.
  6. The child should be able to pick up a couple of the subject with a given trait.

Logical thinking, Development of thinking, memory, attention

  1. The child must be able to put a picture cut from 2-4 parts.
  2. The child must be able to find and explain the discrepancies in the figures.
  3. The child should be able to find an extra item and explain why he made that choice.
  4. The child must be able to find the similarities and differences between objects.
  5. The child must be able to remember the 2-3 images.
  6. The child must be able to remember 3-4 words that are repeated several times an adult.
  7. The child should be able to remember and repeat the motion, which showed an adult 1-2 times,
  8. The child must be able to remember any detail or feature of an object.
  9. The child should be able to without interruption, for 5 minutes to perform the task.
  10. The child must find a pair of objects. To be able to choose from a group of subjects required.
  11. The child should be able to pay attention to the properties and attributes of objects and find similarities and differences between objects.

Speech Development

  1. The child must be able not only to perceive visual images, but also to describe what he saw.
  2. The child is easily forming simple sentences, gradually moving to the complex (5-6 words).
  3. The child must be able to separate the items into groups: furniture, dishes, clothes, etc.
  4. The child must be able to call on the basis of one of each item.
  5. The child must know the names of the main activities of people and animals (lying, sitting, running, etc.)
  6. The child must be able to repeat after adult poems and songs.
  7. The child should know his name.
  8. The child must be able to control the power of voice to speak loud – quiet.

World around

  1. The child must know the names and be able to show the home  (cow, goat, horse, cat, dog, etc.) and wild (wolf, hare, fox, etc.) animals.
  2. The child should know the names of 3-4 birds (sparrow, the swallow, a raven), 3-4 fish (whale, catfish, shark) and 3-4 insects (grasshopper, butterfly, bee).
  3. The child should know the names of the main plant 3-4 trees (birch, oak, apple) and 3-4 flowers (daisy, tulip, rose).
  4. The child must know what the vegetables, fruits, berries, mushrooms.
  5. The child must have an understanding of the materials making up the surrounding objects.
  6. The child needs to know part of the day – morning, afternoon, evening, night.
  7. The child should be able to call the phenomena of nature – rain, snow, wind

Basics

  1. The child must be able to wear their own things (without fasteners).
  2. The child must be able to cut with scissors.
  3. The child should be able to use pencils, markers, pens, etc. To be able to draw circles, dots, lines.
  4. The child must be able to trace and paint pictures.
  5. The child must know the basic rules of hygiene.

 

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