When I am…3


Three-year-olds are still growing, but not as fast as they used to. They are great runners and may be able to jump up and down on one foot without falling. They are starting to use their fine motor controls and are brushing their teeth, drawing with crayons, and building towers with blocks.

Three-year-olds are rapidly developing their language skills as they are focusing on new words and how to use them. Three-year-olds like repetition and will listen to the same story repeatedly. They have active imaginations and enjoy playing dress-up and role-playing. Three-year-olds are beginning to understand behaviors and learning empathy towards others.

Additional Books & Resources

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