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4Year Olds<br />By: Brittany Hunter, Patricia Jenkins, and Rachel Schneider<br />
PHYSICALDEVELOPMENT<br />Weight: 27-50 pounds<br />Height- 37-46 inches<br />Know how to use kitchen utensils<br />Needs 1...
INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT<br />Can recognize some letters <br />May be able to print own name<br />Counts 1-7 objects out l...
INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT <br />Names 6-8 colors and 3 shapes<br />Follows 2 unrelated directions<br />Understands what hap...
SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT<br />Enjoys pretending<br />At times become angry if things don’t go their way and quickly ...
SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT<br />Whenever they pretend it goes far beyond just “playing house” to more elaborate settin...
THEORIES…<br />Piaget: <br />Preoperational <br />Erik Erikson: <br />Initiative vs Guilt<br />Key Relationship: Family<br...
THIS IS YOUR EXIT TICKETanswer the following question..<br />What is one example of a four year olds physical, intellectua...
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  1. 1. 4Year Olds<br />By: Brittany Hunter, Patricia Jenkins, and Rachel Schneider<br />
  2. 2. PHYSICALDEVELOPMENT<br />Weight: 27-50 pounds<br />Height- 37-46 inches<br />Know how to use kitchen utensils<br />Needs 10-12 hours of sleep every night<br />Can dress themselves<br />Can hop on 1 foot<br />
  3. 3. INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT<br />Can recognize some letters <br />May be able to print own name<br />Counts 1-7 objects out loud but may not be in correct order<br />Asks a lot of questions, “Why?” <br />Enjoys singing a lot of songs, rhymes, and nonsense words<br />
  4. 4. INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT <br />Names 6-8 colors and 3 shapes<br />Follows 2 unrelated directions<br />Understands what happened yesterday and not calendar time<br />Understands and remembers own accomplishments <br />May add “ed” to words. Ex. “I goed outside.” <br />
  5. 5. SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT<br />Enjoys pretending<br />At times become angry if things don’t go their way and quickly become an aggressive act such as “he hit me first!” <br />Takes turns and shares (most of the time)<br />Fearful of the dark and monsters<br />
  6. 6. SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT<br />Whenever they pretend it goes far beyond just “playing house” to more elaborate setting like fire station, school, ice cream shop<br />Changes the rules of a game as she goes along<br />Loves to tell jokes that may not make any sense at all to adults<br />
  7. 7. THEORIES…<br />Piaget: <br />Preoperational <br />Erik Erikson: <br />Initiative vs Guilt<br />Key Relationship: Family<br />Favorite Word: “Why?”<br />Learn through play<br />Begin to manipulate Environment <br />Egocentric <br />
  8. 8. THIS IS YOUR EXIT TICKETanswer the following question..<br />What is one example of a four year olds physical, intellectual, social, and emotional development? Please name one of each. <br />

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