• Answers Simple Questions and Has Questions of Their Own
More than being able to answer simple questions, your preschooler will also ask you many interesting and challenging questions. Be prepared to answer questions like, “Where do babies come from?” and “What does die mean?”
Remember: to develop the cognitive milestones of a preschooler, be sure to answer their questions truthfully but using simple words.
• Enjoys a Book or Story
And finally, don’t forget about books!
Preschoolers can now turn one page at a time and enjoy images! If you tell them a story, they might even surprise you by predicting what will happen next. Additionally, at 4 years old, children begin remembering parts of the stories you tell them.
Children grow up so fast, both physically and mentally. But please note that while these cognitive milestones of a preschooler can be seen in most kids, a child may need more time and practice. So, no need to immediately think that there’s a problem if they can’t do some things yet.
If you feel that there’s a problem, or that your child needs extra help, don’t hesitate to contact a doctor.
Learn more about Preschooler Milestones here