Your Child Now Needs A Little Physical Freedom

Your Child Now Needs A Little Physical Freedom

Your child is still a little one but at this stage, with growing independence they need some physical freedom. You are scared that your child will hurt themselves if they ride a bike. You don’t want your little one to go to a kindergarten with too many kids. You don’t like your child listening to pop music or singing weird songs. But, 3-4 years is an impressionable, learning age for your little one. And therefore, they need a lot of physical freedom.

What you need to know
This freedom will help them develop their gross and fine motor skills. At the same time, it will help them develop cognitive skills. For instance, riding a bike or swimming will teach them about learning different skills, it will help them recognize their surroundings or learn directions. At the same time, it will give them an opportunity to feel closer to you.  
Kids at this young age can be too young for competitive and team games, but you can give them an opportunity to learn swimming, playing musical instruments or singing. Children at this age learn language rapidly. So, it is important that you encourage them to enjoy music and songs or rhythms. Let them sing, even if you don’t like the song. Of course, you should restrict your child from listening to or watching songs that have adult content.

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