Being able to express themselves verbally and understand basic instructions, as well as being able to ask questions, tell stories, and name objects correctly.
Learning to interact with others in appropriate ways, taking turns, sharing toys and materials, following rules, and developing good manners.
3. Motor Skills
Developing the ability to hold a pencil/crayon properly as well as having small muscle control needed for cutting paper with scissors or completing puzzles.
Knowing how to dress independently including fastening buttons and tying shoe laces; being toilet trained; washing hands after going to the bathroom or before eating meals; brushing teeth twice a day.
Developing the capacity to think logically and solve problems, recognize patterns, and understand cause-and-effect relationships.
Learning how to manage feelings in a positive way such as when faced with frustration or disappointment; having self-discipline needed for completing tasks; being able to pay attention for longer periods.
Using creativity when playing, pretending, drawing, and exploring various materials through sensory play.
Asking questions and exploring the world around them; being open to new experiences, trying different activities, and learning through experimentation.