There are so many learning opportunities at this age, whether your 3-year-old is in full-time or part-time kindergarten, home schooled, or simply hanging out at home with grandma. Three-year-olds are like sponges, soaking in as much information as they can about the world around them. They enjoy discovering new ways to challenge their minds and bodies, and they seize every opportunity to attempt something new.

Location Words

Words in the positional language refer to how things are placed or how they seem in respect to other things. These are also known as “prepositions,” and you may have memorized a list of them in school. Teaching your children positional terminology through activities and games will help them understand the concepts and develop early math and geography skills. Understanding where things are in space and how they relate to one another is an important element of a child’s visual perception and cognitive development.

Start with regular location words and then eventually move to North, South, West and East.

  • Up
  • Down
  • Off
  • On
  • In
  • Out

Teach action words

The term “action” must first be taught to children. This can be accomplished by demonstrating how an activity is carried out, i.e. by doing something. Basic things like eating, colouring, playing, and sitting could be included in these actions. Push When you ask your kid to draw pictures of an action word, it makes learning that word much easier. Aside from your toddler’s language, it will aid the development of motor skills. Reciting rhymes that emphasize on activities is a simple approach to teach action words. It also makes them much simpler to recall.

  • Stop 
  • Walk
  • Cry
  • See
  • Sit
  • Drink 
  • Love
  • Fall
  • Hurt
  • All go
  • Look
  • All slide
  • Throw
  • Eat
  • Open
  • Play
  • Broke
  • Swing
  • Night

Descriptive words

If you couldn’t describe anything, life would be boring. When you define something, you provide more details about it. Furthermore, discussing something helps to clarify a topic. Defining terms for children is a crucial aspect of their education. It enables individuals to provide additional details about how they react, what they observe, what they do, and so on. Consider the following scenario: Assume you’re looking up at the sky. When you glance up at the sky, what do you think you’d say? “The sky is blue and loaded with fluffy, white clouds,” you’d say. The sky is described by the term blue, and the clouds are described by the phrases fluffy and white.

  • Quiet
  • Silly
  • Clean
  • Cold
  • Wet
  • Slow
  • Icky
  • Little
  • Scary
  • Fast
  • Loud
  • Gentle
  • Soft
  • Dirty
  • Funny
  • Big
  • Hot

Teach them the different shapes

Start with the basic shapes and then move on to more complex shapes. Children have dynamic learning capacities that are aided by their ability to observe. However, when training preschool children, parents must take small measures. Children are influenced by basic shapes and colours. They examine the various objects in their environment in order to have a better understanding of their surroundings. Shape learning is aided by a variety of items and structures. As a parent, you should begin introducing diverse shapes to your children at a young age. There are a variety of kindergarten shapes activities that can assist children in learning and comprehending basic shapes. Easy way to teach shapes is through the things that we see around. Every preschool today teaches basic shapes to children. It is critical to recognise the importance of reshaping activities for kindergarten students. For ex:

The shape of a wall clock is a circle.

  • Circle
  • Triangle
  • Square
  • Rectangle 
  • Star

Teach them the names of body parts

It takes at least a few months post your baby’s birth for him to understand that the hands he sees are his own which he has a variety of other limbs to employ. Gradually, he gets more conscious of the many body parts, which fascinates a young child. For young babies, knowing what each part is and telling others about it is critical. Preschoolers can benefit from participating in numerous body part exercises since it helps them catch up with their peers. It not only gives them a wonderful basis to work on for the rest of their education, but it also helps kids become more comfortable with their bodies and confident in speaking.

  • Hair 
  • Eyes
  • Nose
  • Ears
  • Lips
  • Hands
  • Fingers 
  • Legs
  • Tongue
  • Nails
  • Teeth
  • Elbow
  • Shoulders
  • Neck
  • Stomach
  • Chest
  • Toes
  • Cheeks
  • Knees
  • Palm 

Nouns (Name, Place, and Thing)

Teach your kids’ names of different plants, animals, colours, modes of transport, types of flowers, and states of India and basically everything that they see around them. 

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