While in kindergarten, your child will widen its radius of action and interaction. Living in a community he or she will get familiar with different forms of communication and experience a plethora of new situations and sensations. Kids learn to communicate with other adults and children, they learn how to resolve conflicts, play with each other, paint and frolic around. By then your child will have learned how to empathise with others and understand different points of view.
Pre-school aged children experience the so-called first morphogenesis. Body proportions change during this growth spurt. The upper part of their body gets thinner, they develop a waistline while their arms and feet grow relatively quickly and their facial proportions are subject to change. Their motor skills, in particular their prehensile abilities, become more and more refined.