Intellectual Development means being able to communicate, to think both creatively and abstractly, to pay attention, solve problems, and develop keen judgment and a lifelong readiness to learn.
Find out more about What to Expect from your preschooler, 3 to 4 Years.
Through the comfort and responsiveness of an adult, preschoolers will learn how to handle their emotions and how to seek help when needed.
Through opportunities for play, preschoolers will experience joyful, free, spontaneous moments of fun while also learning about themselves and others.
Through routines, and emotionally and physically safe and secure environments, preschoolers can learn how to think, solve problems and communicate.