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Growth and Development of Age 3

Children usually progress in a natural, predictable sequence from one developmental milestone to the next. However, each child grows and gains skills at his or her own pace. Some children may be advanced in one area, such as language, but behind in another, such as sensory and motor development. Most children by age 3: Have gained about 4.4lb (2kg) and grown about 3in. (8cm) since their second birthday. Begin to look leaner as their prominent belly gradually flattens. Have a complete set of baby teeth. Know their own name, age, and sex. Follow 2- to 3-step instructions, such as "pick up your doll and put it on your bed next to the teddy bear." Grasp the concept of "two"—for example, understand when they have two cookies rather than one. However, they usually aren’t yet able to understand the concept of higher numbers. Memorize a string of numbers rather than actually count. The same is true...
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Growth and Development of age 4

Children usually progress in a natural, predictable sequence from one developmental milestone to the next. However, each child grows and gains skills at his or her own pace. Some children may be advanced in one area, such as language, but behind in another, such as sensory and motor development. Most children by age 4: Have gained about 4.4lb (2kg) and grown about 1.5in. (4cm) to 2in. (5cm) since their third birthday. Can say their first and last names. Understand the concept of counting and may know some numbers. Better understand concepts of time. Can name some colors. Understand the difference between things that are the same and things that are different. Are aware of their own gender and can identify the gender of others. Understand that events are connected, although their interpretation may not always be logical. For example, a child may understand the logic that glass may break if hit with a rock, but...
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Growth and Development of age 5

Children usually progress in a natural, predictable sequence from one developmental milestone to the next. However, each child grows and gains skills at his or her own pace. Some children may be advanced in one area, such as language, but behind in another, such as sensory and motor development. Most children by age 5: Have gained about 4.4lb (2kg) and grown 1.5in. (4cm) to 2in. (5cm) since their fourth birthday. Know their address and phone number. Recognize most letters of the alphabet. Can count 10 or more objects. Know the names of at least 4 colors. Understand the basic concepts of time. Know what household objects are used for, such as money, food, or appliances. Want to please and be liked by their friends; however, they may occasionally be mean to others. Agree to rules most of the time. Show independence. Are aware of sexuality. Are more able to distinguish fantasy from reality but enjoy...
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