They can run, wash their hands, and feed themselves very easily. They talk freely and name the toys with which they want to play. They carry on conversations with adults and begin to talk about the books which they have read to them. They freely go with familiar people – especially family members – and have a daily routine which they can easily follow.



Able to run


Question 1 of 13


Can ride a tricycle


Question 2 of 13


Turns the water faucet on and off



Question 3 of 13


Turns the page of a book


Question 4 of 13

5. LCFSYear3Cognitive

Plays pretend with dolls and other toys (possibly an imaginary friend)


Question 5 of 13


Identifies colors as named by the adult. For example, “Find the red shoe”



Question 6 of 13


Can count to 3


Question 7 of 13

8. LCFSYear3Language

Easy to understand when talking


Question 8 of 13


Carries on a short conversation of 2-3 sentences


Question 9 of 13


Points to favorite pictures in books and names them


Question 10 of 13

11. LCFSYear3Social

Like changes in daily routines



Question 11 of 13


Willing to go somewhere with a familiar person such as grandfather or grandmother


Question 12 of 13


Easily goes from crying to laughing when they have a “boo-boo”


Question 13 of 13