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Stages & Milestones for Ages 3-5

Stages & Milestones for Ages 3-5

 
Whether your child attends school a few hours a week or several hours a day, there's much to do. Help make this transition as easy as...
The preschool period is a time of rapid growth along a number of developmental measures, especially children’s thinking abilities, or...
How art and writing develops, age by age.
Discover five ways parents can help preschoolers develop problem-solving abilities.
Understanding and boosting your kindergartner’s learning abilities.
From blocks to books to bikes, discover playthings to help build critical learning skills.
Use math to build your child’s abstract-thinking skills.
Learning to concentrate can depend on so many factors — age, stage, interest, and mood.
Did you know most children's creativity will reach its peak before the age of six? Supporting your child’s creativity now will set the...
Most 3- to 5-year-olds learn by hands-on interactions and, of course, by asking questions. Take a closer look.
Children are naturally curious about the world, and their powers of observation grow right along with them.
Power play helps kids feel in control of their world.
Preschoolers learn about life through mucky, muddy, hands-on play.
Fantasy play helps 3s and 4s understand the real world.

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