Children at this age are able to hop on one foot two to three times.
By four years of age, children should be able to copy a square shape, as well as a line or circle. At this age, most children are also doodling and are able to draw simple stick figures.
By age 4, a child is able to hold a fork and feed themselves like an adult. It is at this time he or she is ready to learn table manners.
By four years of age, approximately 100 percent of children's speech should be understandable to complete strangers. They should be using complete sentences and prepositions, and know some basic rules of grammar when speaking.
At this age, children are able to recognize and identify colors.
At four years old, a child should be engaging in cooperative play and enjoy other children’s company.
Four-year-old children often have vivid imaginations and have a difficult time telling the difference between what is real and what is make-believe. At this stage, they will often develop imaginary friends
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