When should children know colors?
Some children can already name all the basic colors under the age of 2, others still have problems with it at the age of 4 or even 5 years. In general, however, children should have the ability to name the most important colors correctly by the age of 3.
What skills do children have?
Competences in the kindergartenExperience competence: The children are encouraged to solve problems or tasks themselves through minor help and independent work. Self-efficacy: Differentiated perception: Ability to assume different roles: Impartiality: Responsibility for the environment and nature:
What should 7 year olds be able to do?
By the age of seven, five words can already be remembered. The order chain in kindergarten should therefore be as short as possible. The more familiar the situation or event (e.g. going shopping) the better it is stored in long-term memory.
When does a child say me?
The ego-awareness usually takes place sometime in the third year of life; in one child shortly after their second birthday, in others only around their third birthday. And only THEN can a child speak of “I”.
When does a child speak two word sentences?
19-20 months The child speaks 50-200 words (not including mom and dad): “woof-woof”, “ball”, “light”. 20-24 months Beginning of two-word sentences: “Play mom”, “Jonas tired”.
When does a child recognize themselves in the mirror?
Between 18 and 24 months, the child begins to recognize his reflection.
What is the blush test?
To test children, for example, rouge is applied to their face (rouge test). It is then observed whether the child shows a reaction when looking at its own reflection that suggests that the spot is located on its own body.
How do children educate themselves?
Small children discover and understand their environment with all their senses and above all through their bodies. They learn constantly and through play. They don’t have to be “educated” from the outside in the traditional sense—they educate themselves if they are given the opportunity to have diverse experiences.
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