Kids ages 3 - 5 are very curious about the world around them, so you should expect to hear lots of 'who', 'what' and 'why' questions.

As they begin to understand the world, they may occasionally lack focus. It may seem like your baby is not listening to you but in fact he may be still thinking about something you said 5 minutes ago.

Being independent is very important for children of this age, they want to do things on their own. But they need your support to build self-esteem and self-confidence. Positive attention, praise, and opportunities to practice new skills will help.

Why is it good for kids to go to kindergarten?

Children benefit greatly from going to kindergarten at this age. Some of them may want time to get used to the garden or be afraid. But it's worth going because kindergarten gives kids the chance to make friends and practice skills like sharing things and keeping up. In kindergarten, children can start learning about the rules and behave well with other children.

Behavioral concerns in children aged 3 - 5 years


Anxiety is a normal part of child development, and preschoolers often fear things like being alone and staying in the dark. If your child is very worried or shows signs of anxiety, you can support him by understanding his fears. Encourage her to do things she may have less anxiety about and praise her when this happens. But if this anxiety is affecting your child's life, send it to a specialist.

Bullying or bullshit

Bullying can be devastating to self-esteem and self-esteem in children, especially in preschool. If your child is being bullied in kindergarten, he needs a lot of love and support, both at home and in kindergarten. He also needs to know that you are going to do something to stop this.


Disagreements and quarrels among children are very common. Some factors that influence a fight are: temperament, environment, age and ability. You can work with these factors to treat squabbles in your family.

Nail biting

Many children have habits like nail biting and hair twisting. These habits can annoy you, but they are usually nothing to worry about. Most of them leave on their own over time.


You may have caught your child telling a lie. Lies are a part of development and often begin around the age of 3. It is usually better to teach young children the values of being honest and telling the truth than to punish them for petty lies.

Outbursts of rage

If your child has outbreaks of anger, it may help you to remember that he is still learning the proper ways to express himself and his feelings. If you work to reduce your child's stress, understand their feelings, and understand what causes these outbreaks, your child should have fewer outbreaks after age 4.

Source: Health Journal