Developmental Milestones Ages 3 to 5 Educational and Parenting Articles

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Answers to most commonly asked questions about the development of children from birth to age 6 like when should my child sleep through night and so on.
Summarizes various forms and techniques of verbal guidance to strengthen the child's communication skills including active listening and redirection.
Provides a table outlining the locational prepositions understood by children aged 24 months to five years.
Summarizes the four phases of developmental progression that children experience during the acquisition of motor skills.
Three primary purposes of using assessment results are discussed including planning for instruction, reporting progress and evaluating programs.
Read a synopsis of the important characterizations of social and emotional development including self-concept, self-esteem, and self-regulation of emotions.
Outlines the acquisition of sentence forms, including declarative and conjoining, within Brown's stages of development for children age 12 months to 4 years.
Characteristics of social play are discussed to include variations in the development of social play, sociodramatic play, and play as expression of feelings.
Overviews how play in many forms can be an ideal vehicle for language acquisition in young children including pretend play, role playing and solitary play.
Discusses the advancements made in the assessment of young children and the purposes for which the assessments are used.
Discusses the importance of the group environment on a child's learning and development.
This article discusses the four cueing system that makes communication possible in English as well as other languages.  These cueing systems are: phonological
Helpful for parents, a list of red flags to look for when assessing a child's development in major areas.
An overview of a preschool child's cognitive development.
Summarizes how perspective-taking, an essential component to social competence, develops in young children and how it relates to empathy.
Preschool classrooms must consider not only the social, emotional, and intellectual characteristics preschoolers but also their cultural backgrounds.
Learning the meaning of words and their appropriate use is a developmental piece of language acquisition that begins in early childhood.
The standards in this article are intended for 4-year-old children. It includes standards for singing and playing instruments, creating music and understanding
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