Young Child, Big Growth

Young Child, Big Growth


As young children transitions from learning to walk to running and into childhood, a lot of growth is expected, and many important events comes along. Make sure you prepare your camera to capture these moments as they grow up quickly.

At the age of 4 and 5 years old, your child is likely to be able to:

  • Brush own teeth (supervision is recommended)
  • Ride a tricycle
  • Button coat, using zipper pant, ties shoes laces and show other signs of improvement of motor skills
  • Show awareness of gender identity
  • Wear and undress himself/herself
  • Act part of a story and sing
  • Obey rules
  • Shows more independence and even visit his/her own next door neighbor
  • Improving vocabulary of 900 to about 2,500-3,000 words
  • Calculate 10 or more objects
  • Mention at least four colors correctly
  • Better understanding the concept of time
  • Know the items that are used every day in the home (money, food, utensils)
  • Say sentences of more than five words (using the future tense)
  • Remember and mention own name and home address
  • Jump, somersault, swing, climb, stand on one leg for 10 seconds or more, skip
  • Write some characters (Encourage about how to hold a pencil correctly and scratches to the bottom)
  • Use a fork, spoon, and (sometimes) a table knife
  • Recognize and inform when to go to the toilet

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