My 5 yo had his first "big school" orientation today and the teacher read the rainbow fish, then they did a rainbow fish craft and they must've been asked to write their name. I didn't even know he could write his name It's certainly not something I taught him.
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10-09-2015 12:01 #11
Your 3-4yr old
10-09-2015 12:17 #12
23-11-2015 21:32 #13
My 3.5 year old recognises some of the letters in his name, can count to 20, can stand on one leg, ride a bike, has memorised stories we read regularly, is very good at recognising feelings and emotions in others and in himself. He has very recently started to draw a person, cannot draw any numbers or letters and doesn't really want to. He doesn't sit still- his fine motor skills are nowhere near as strong as his gross motor skills. I would say he is developing well emotionally and socially and his gross motor skills are great but he needs to work on fine motor.
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