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D evelopmental Characteristics for children 3-5 years old Physical Development Hopping, climbing, swinging, and doing somersaults begin at this stage. By age 5, many kids can stand on one foot for at least 10 seconds. Children can draw a person with up to four body parts by age 5. They draw circles and begin to learn how to copy a square and some capital letters. They learn how to use scissors. Kids often become frustrated with wanting to do something physically and not being able to do it yet. Thus, they have lots of falls and mishaps. Social Emotional Development Interaction with other children increases. A great deal of social development occurs through fantasy play and imagination. Children this age need to learn how to deal with conflict and how to solve problems without so much emotion. Cognitive Development Correctly name familiar colors Understand the idea of same and different Pretend and fantasize more creatively Follow three-part commands
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