1. What a wonderful and well-explained list! Pinning! We are lucky to have a great day care which has taught my girls most of these things by age 3. The only area I think my 4-year-old still needs more work on is the #10 on your list. But we are working on it! – Amy

  2. This is such a great resource FULL of tons of information. I will definitely be saving this for when I have a kiddo that age! Thank you!

  3. This is a great list! The pincer grip for writing popped out to me as a teacher. It’s really important and I’m always surprised how many of my students lack this skill!

    • simplelistssimplelife@gmail.com

      Never too early! My son was counting to 10 and knew most of his ABCs by 2!

  4. K P

    Hi, I am trying to print all of your articles and resources for Preschool-Kindergarten, including the play ideas like indoor obstacle courses etc., and I can’t seem to find a printable version of any of them… Is there a way to do this? I’m sure it’s right under my nose, but I could use some help, please. 🙂 Thank you!

    • Vanessa Sze

      Each activity is linked to either my printable or it’s linked to another webpage that offers the free printables. To get the kids activity book, all you need to do is sign up for my email list and you should receive a confirmation email to confirm that you actually signed up and wanted to be signed up, and then another email will come with the kids activity book plus additional printables! Check your spam folders just in case the email went there! I hope that helps! If that doesn’t, send me an email and I can help you!

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