75 Everyday Activities for 3 Year Olds
- Playdough with dry spaghetti.
- Fill a table with books and read, read, read.
- Doodle with smelly markers on cardboard from your recycle bin.
- Play doctor with dolls.
- Take a walk and hunt for colors.
- Play with puzzles.
- Look at family photos together.
- Create with peel and stick jewels.
What should a three year old be able to do?
Between or at ages 3 and 4, your child should be able to:
- Walk up and down stairs, alternating feet — one foot per step.
- Kick, throw, and catch a ball.
- Climb well.
- Run more confidently and ride a tricycle.
- Hop and stand on one foot for up to five seconds.
- Walk forward and backward easily.
- Bend over without falling.
What can I teach my 4 year old at home?
Here are some educational activities to consider:
- Weather Clothing Tags. Kids who like dressing themselves will like this.
- Alphabet Tree. Learning alphabets the fun way!
- A Story Game. This is one of the more fun reading activities for 4-year-olds.
- Scavenger Hunt.
- Number Dosas.
What can I teach my preschooler at home?
Play IS their job and education at this age.
- name the letters of the alphabet.
- sit and listen to a book.
- retell events from a favorite story.
- draw and write shapes and letters.
- write his first name.
- label drawings.
- tell a story through drawing and/or writing.
- sort objects.
What activities can I do with my toddler at home?
10 Best Indoor Activities for Toddlers
- Cardboard Box Train. Hands On As We Grow.
- Sticky Spider Web. Hands On As We Grow.
- Shaving Cream Sensory DIY. Hands On As We Grow.
- Pop Bottle Bowling. Hands On As We Grow.
- Straw Threaded Shoestring Necklace.
- Indoor Energetic Newspaper Throwing.
- Slimy Eyes.
- Lines of Colored Tape.