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2 1/2 years old. weekdays: wake up, bath, get dressed, eat breakfast, play with toys, go to daycare, ride in car, play with peers @ school (play with playdoh, coloring, paint, outside play, eat lunch and snack, take a nap, feed the animals (horses, bunny, dogs), play with Dad, eat dinner, watch a movie, read books, get pj's on, go to sleep, oh and I forgot potty training and diaper changes. weekends: everything the same as above except daycare. help Dad with work outside (ride on the tractor), play with her pony and miniature donkey, go to park, swing on swingset, go visit grandma and grandpa and uncles extras: go swimming at local pool, go visit friends, go on road trips, visit her friend Lanie. 21 month old girl. Weekday: have diaper changes, eat breakfast, wash hands and face afterwards, play, eat lunch, cry, take a nap, dinner, go for a walk, look at ducks, take a bath, have milk, brush teeth, read books and sleep Irregular activities: go to parks, go to playgroups and play with other kids, swim, go shopping Weekend: go to a gym class, go to a farmers’ market, go outings 3-Year Old Boy: WEEKDAY: dressing, playing with toys, watching video, telling his baby sister what to do, going to the park, playing in the park, going to kindergarden, bossing some younger kids, listening to books, singing songs, playing an instrument, chatting with grown ups, asking questions (all the time!), telling lies/fantastic stories, arguing about what to eat and what to do and where to go and what he doesn't want (NO is a prefered word!), testing "ugly" words, crying, rhyming, imitating words and sounds, telling jokes, playing games like hide and seek, cooking, eating, go through the night procedure (washing, brushing his teeth, dressing in pyjamas, etc.), listening to music, choosing book, going through books teeling the story himself or naming all kinds of odd birds and animals in it, arguing about not wanting to go to bed. @ 2004. Patricia Dowden, Speech & Hearing Sciences, University of Washington
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WEEKEND:?shopping, going to a museum, playing sports with his father, visiting friends to his parents, meeting other kids, choosing ice cream and candy, speaking with grandmother or someone else on the phone, and many of the above things. IRREGULAR ACTIVITIES: birthdays, holidays, travelling to new places, season activities like bathing in the sea and playing in the snow, go to concerts/child theatres. ---------------- Age 5 ----------- 6 year old female >WEEKDAY: Eating, dressing, hygiene, getting ready for school, walking to bus, riding the bus to and from school, typical Kindergarten school activities, helping mom and brothers w/ chores, feeding her cats, watching tv, reading books, playing with dolls, sleeping > WEEKEND: Going to her two older brothers sporting/scool events, spending the night at friend's houses, going swimming, going to birthday parties, watching movies, > > IRREGULAR ACTIVITIES: going shopping with parents, visiting family and friends, vacations, talking on phone with family/friends Eight year old male Daily and routine activities: Baseball - conversation, predictions, reading, playing friends, on a team, with dad, with sister, with an organized team, and imaginary big league team.
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