Kite Paradise Bird
In this stage independence becomes more important.  With the introduction of all-day school, the
outside world starts to come into more focus now.  Children can play competitive games and sports
and many can sit down long enough to play family board games.  Craft projects and complex 
puzzles may be started but not finished.  

This is a very active stage, so go run around: fly a kite, race to the fencepost, play catch!  Your child
is getting better at "using his words" to work out problems, so help develop his communication skills
by doing a project together.  Talk it out:  When you model cooperation-"I'll connect this piece while
you put that together"-you're also helping your child understand how important it is to communicate
to get the job done.


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