Preschool-age development

Preschool-age development
Preschool-age development typically refers to the development of children from the ages of 3 to 5. 
During this stage, children undergo significant cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. 
Some of the key milestones of preschool-age development include:
  • Improved language skills, including the ability to carry on a conversation, use complex sentences, and understand more abstract language
  • The ability to understand and follow rules, particularly in structured activities like games and activities
  • The ability to understand and express emotions, and to recognize and empathize with the emotions of others
  • Increased physical coordination and fine motor skills, including the ability to use small objects and tools with greater dexterity
  • The development of imaginative play and the ability to create and engage in complex make-believe scenarios
  • The ability to form strong bonds with peers and engage in group activities and cooperative play.

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