Before your child hits the preschool years, he must be able to handle a spoon and fork, correctly grasp a pencil, manipulate buttons, zippers, shoelaces, and buckles, draw simple figures, and brush his teeth, to name a few. If your little one is able to do these, then he’s on the right track. But don’t worry if your child is not able to do everything mentioned. Development is different with every child; some are quick to display such developmental skills, while others require more time, practice, and your encouragement.
Landa Bautista, curriculum director, The Learning Center, Inc., Parañaque City Websites: speechdelay.com ; howkidsdevelop.com ; kidshealth. 0