Milestones In A Preschooler’s Life
This section contains information on your child’s third to fifth year of development, with information on each age range and what to expect to see and learn from your child at that point in time. Also included are some great parenting links, communication and cognitive skills being developed and help with when to ask questions.
Check Early Check Often – Pre-School Stages Ages 3-5
During this stage of early childhood, your child may acquire certain skills referred to as developmental milestones. These skills involve physical, emotional, social and problem solving abilities. Parents who participate with their children in the Ages and Stages questionnaire have a clear understanding of the skills their children are gaining and know when to seek further supports if their children need any extra supports.
This video, produced by FAN features early childhood professionals and parents talking about their experiences with early childhood developmental screening.
Preschooler 30 to 36 Months – What most children do at this age:
Preschooler 36 to 48 Months – What most children do at this age:
Preschooler 48 to 60 Months – What most children do at this age:
Healthy sleep habits are important.
Great ideas and tips for healthy eating for preschoolers:
Now that your child is a preschooler, they are well on their way to getting ready to enter school.
Here are some articles to help you encourage their development:
Growing bodies need lots of time for fresh air and play. Here are some great ideas to help get kids the physical activity and development they need to stay healthy.
Good coping skills and a positive outlook can help your preschooler navigate some big emotions.
A few ideas for parenting your preschooler are here: