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Age characteristics of a child from 3 to 6 years (cognitive Characteristics 2) | my baby

Age characteristics of a child from 3 to 6 years (cognitive Characteristics 2) | my baby


Age characteristics of a child 

from 3 to 6 years (cognitive Characteristics 2) | my baby


There is no doubt that if we provide the children with times when they can participate in their conversations, we will thus provide them with natural opportunities to talk to each other and with the teacher. But many of the “do not need the teacher’s help in order to be trained to listen to others and 

listen to them. There must be some kind of rotating plans, in which children alternate and divide speaking and listening opportunities so that they take a middle position between clamor and silence. You will find children less confident of themselves, You must provide them with activities or 

experiences they talk about, field visits, books, films... etc. Record in the preparation brochure some of the activities that you resort to when students begin to share with colleagues their wrong 

experiences (such as talking about the details of a fight that occurred between his mother and father, or When he tries to show off in front of a colleague, he says, "Your cat gave birth to five young cats, but our cat has born a hundred little cats.")

Reaching imagination to the maximum 

extent possible in this child's age

Age characteristics of a child from 3 to 6 years (cognitive Characteristics 2) | my baby

Imagination reaches its climax in this level of growth. Imagination is a mental process that relies on forming new relationships between previous experiences so that these experiences are organized into 

new forms and images that the individual did not familiarize with before, and imagination connects the child's past and present and extends to his future, and therefore it is a basis for artistic creativity, innovation, and adaptation to the environment.

The child realizes that he lives in a world that is controlled by adults by their methods, and that he relies on his imagination to relieve the adult's pressure and restrictions. That is, it relies on imagination to transcend the boundaries of time and space and to go beyond the requirements of

 reality and dislocate its environment with magical colors consistent with its hopes and rulings. He loves adventures and dangers and turns to daydreams and forms of imagination to satisfy his desires, which prevent reality from being satisfied, and so he turns on the doll in which he plays live and 

speaks to him complaining about his problems, or revolts them angry. Or pamper her and sympathize with her as if she were a small child. And he sees in the stick a horse that rides and rides with it. He 

tells stories or facts from the results of his imagination and exaggerates the depiction of facts to affect those around him, to emphasize its importance, and to gain the attention and understanding of others.

With age, the child loses the beautiful childish spirit

Age characteristics of a child from 3 to 6 years (cognitive Characteristics 2) | my baby

Most children tend to lose this precious gift as they get older and from here on, the teacher in kindergarten must encourage her pupils to fantasize about playing, telling stories, and drawing.

Whatever it is, some children are drowned in imagination, so they differ in distinguishing between reality and their imagination, which leads to problems related to adaptation, and the ways that you 

can use it with the child so that his imagination is not permanently enough, to encourage him to tell stories during certain periods of a story Stories We prevent this during the rest of the school day, and

 to confirm and clarify that although it is worthwhile things to be able to tell stories, in most cases it is necessary to describe what happened correctly and accurately.

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