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> labels own gender > ‘explosion’ in vocabulary, use of correct grammatical forms of language > rides a tricycle (pushing along with feet rather than pedals at first) > walks stairs one step at a time > stretches out arms to catch a ball > jumps from lowest step > attempts to balance standing on one foot > builds tower of 5 to 7 objects > strings 3 or 4 large beads > turns pages one page at a time > lines up objects in ‘train’ fashion > very unlikely to ‘share’ toys with peers without protest > identifies pictures labelled as ‘boy’ or ‘girl’ > prefers same-sex playmates and toys > shows knowledge of gender-role stereotypes > begins to show signs of guilt or remorse for misdeeds > imitates parent in ‘housework’ activities > avoids obstacles > stops readily > jumps over low objects > enjoys simple dances and rhythms > imitates rhythms and animal movements, for example, gallops like a horse, waddles like a duck > holds crayon with fingers > likes storybook with large pictures Comments p p p p p p p p p c c c c p p p p p c c p c e c e c c p p p p c p c e e e < 2 - 3 years 6
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Checklist p e c Physical / Motor Emotional / Social Cognitive / Language > uses objects and materials to build or construct things, for example, block tower, puzzle, dough, sand and water > jointly manipulates objects with one or two other peers > talks to self during play – helps guide what s/he does > uses full sentences in conversation > shares, smiles at and cooperates with peers > shows bouts of aggression with peers > engages in cooperative play with 2 or 3 peers > engages in dramatic play, taking the roles of ‘pretend’ characters > holds crayon between thumb and first 2 fingers > cuts paper with scissors > bends elbows to catch a ball and trap it against chest > hops > washes and dries hands > uses complex sentences > gives first and last name, home address > begins to ask ‘why’ > hops, gallops, runs with ease > climbs stairs alternating feet > feeds self with minimum spills > zips, able to use velcro fasteners > dresses/undresses with assistance > walks downstairs, alternating feet > gallops and skips by leading with one foot > transfers weight forward to throw ball > climbs playground equipment with increasing agility > builds tower of 8 to 10 blocks > imitates variety of shapes in drawings, for example, circle and cross > attempts to catch a ball with hands > eats with a fork > brushes teeth > walks up stairs using one foot per step > skips on both feet > exhibits hand preference > spreads butter/jam on toast > dresses without help > > attains gender stability (sure s/he is a girl/boy) > shows even stronger preferences for same-sex playmates and toys > displays decline in cross-gender behaviour > enforces gender-role norms in peers > talks constantly > uses adult forms of speech > takes part in conversations > boasts, tells ‘imaginative’ stories > may use language aggressively, enjoys using ‘naughty’ words (toilet terms, ‘swearwords’) Comments c c c c p p p p p c c c p p p p p p p p p c c e e e e p p p p p p p p c c c c c c e e e e 7 < 3 - 5 years
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Checklist p e c Physical / Motor Emotional / Social
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  • Spring '18
  • SHALINI
  • 3 years, 2 years, –, 8 weeks

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