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Age Range:
3 years
Areas of Learning:

Language & Literacy

Cognitive & Social Development

Fitness & Play


Three year old children learn best through hands on activities that allow them to explore and develop their curiosity. They are still very independent at this age and insist on doing things themselves. At this age, they begin to play in groups instead of parallel playing. Our caregivers provide an environment that is nurturing, safe, and positive for your child to explore and play. Listed below are some of the skills your child will be introduced to while in the Three Year Old Room. These skills are introduced and incorporated through literature, centers, and free play.

  • Recognizing first name
  • Draws a straight line
  • Cutting with scissors
  • Introduce the alphabet
  • Recognizes colors
  • Identifies basic shapes
  • Introduce numbers 1-5
  • Strings beads and can arrange by pattern
  • Rote count to 20
  • Begins to dress him/herself
  • Listens and follows directions
  • Shows self-confidence
  • Balancing, hopping, running, and jumping
  • Colors within a given space
  • Begins to button and zip
  • Riding a tricycle
  • Putting together 3-4 word sentences
  • Retell simple stories
  • Spanish
  • Potty training / uses restroom on their own