Three-year-old children are typically able to climb stairs with alternating feet. Note that this is different than climbing stairs one at a time, which most two-year-old children are able to do.
By three years of age, children are usually able to ride a tricycle.
By three years of age, children are usually able to stack a tower of nine blocks.
At three years of age, children are usually able to copy a circle.
A three-year-old child will begin to master using utensils to feed himself or herself.
Three-year-old children are often able to speak using three-word sentences.
At three years of age, 75 percent of children's speech is typically understood by a complete stranger.
Most children at three years old know their age and name, and they are beginning to develop gender identity.
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