Goals for Three Year Olds
 

These goals represent an overview of the social, emotional, physical and academic skills that we are teaching the children throughout this year. This list is not exhaustive, but a guide and we will ensure that we are using developmentally appropriate methods to complete these goals.

 

  • Children will learn how to recognize and manage their feelings

  • The teachers and staff will continue to help children learn social skills such as sharing and taking turns

  • Children will learn self-care skills such as washing their hands

  • Children will increase their ability to follow classroom routines

  • The teachers and staff will provide opportunities to allow children to increase their decision making skills

  • The teachers and staff will help children increase their large motor skills with outdoor play

  • The teachers and staff will have large group activities to help children with their listening and social skills

  • The teachers and staff will provide opportunities for children to increase their fine motor skills by cutting with scissors, drawing with markers, and using small manipulatives

  • The teachers, staff, and librarian will help children learn about and explore books in order to create a love for books and reading

  • Children will identify basic colors and shapes

  • The teachers and staff will help children sort objects by color and size

  • Children will identify their own name in print

  • Children will begin to learn to write their name

  • The teachers and staff will help children rote count to 10 and count objects

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