You can learn about your baby's motor development, social development and language development by choosing below.
3-4 Years

Engine Development

  • Easily goes up and down the stairs.
  • Carries, pushes, pulls, and drags toys in all directions.
  • Uses a tricycle.
  • Throws the ball upwards and moves to catch it.
  • Uses both hands equally.
  • It becomes clear which hand is the dominant one; they hold the pen comfortably while writing and painting.
  • Uses scissors and performs fine motor activities such as bead stringing.
  • Draws people only with their heads in their paintings. Writes a few letters and usually knows colors.

Social Development

  • Completely self-centered.
  • The child is in a period of purely symbolic games. It is usually a period of pretending. Pretends to hold a real baby, acts like a doctor, and cooks like a mother.
  • Washes their hands and is familiar with cleaning procedures, but there may be problems in practice.
  • Takes off their clothes and puts them on but needs help with those that have buttons.
  • Usually gains bowel and bladder control.
  • Very eager to help with many chores at home.
  • Starts playing games with their peers and becomes more likely to cooperate in games.
  • They are more understanding and may be persuaded by talking. 
  • They are affectionate towards their younger sibling and those younger than them.
  • Begins to recognize the distinction between the past and the present.
  • Their fears may arise, and they may have imaginary friends.

Language Development

  • Believes that events are just their thoughts and doesn't realize that other people also have thoughts. The sense of sharing has not yet developed. Especially children between the ages of 2-7 cannot classify and group.
  • They are very curious, and as they begin to understand sexual differences, they start to seriously ask questions about this topic.
  • Chats with more complex sentences.
  • Starts to make associations between cause and effect.
  • Knows about 300 words and is constantly learning new ones. Some words may still be mispronounced or half-pronounced, but they speak very fluently and continuously. Uses the word 'and' from time to time in a sentence.
  • Enjoys spending time with adults and listening to fairy tales and riddles.
  • Knows the names of some organs. However, the concepts of number and quantity are not developed. Does not establish a relationship between the part and the whole.