Inquisitive minds ask why, and three year olds are inquisitive all the time. They begin to have more focused play that lasts longer and is more consistently cooperative. They are recognizing that words are symbols that are different and have meaning. They are able to tell you in complete sentences what they like and what they want.
They look to you for answers, because adults still know everything, and at AWCD we take the time to hear their questions. They are building fine motor skills, recognition, social skills, and independence. We encourage children at AWCD to build self esteem and awareness for themselves and others. Part of this process is building a healthy independence and in this we incorporate logical thinking and problem solving. In order to be independent, one must think for themselves.