Gifts For 3 Year Old Girl

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Djeco Collages - Crinkle Cutting DJ09057
Djeco Collages - Crinkle Cutting DJ09057

Djeco Collages - Crinkle Cutting

5 in stock
Unicorn Birthday Card with googly eyes

Magical Unicorn Birthday Card

2 in stock
Animambo kalimba
Childrens musical instruments

Animambo Kalimba Thumb Piano by Djeco

4 in stock
kids Birthday Card

No 3 Sydney Spider

4 in stock
Djeco Arty Toys

Djeco Arty Toys - Celesta

1 in stock
djeco flower stamps
djeco flower stamps

Djeco Flower Stamps

2 in stock
wooden tea set toy
wooden tea set toy

Jabadabado Wooden Afternoon Tea Set

3 in stock
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Jabadabado Wooden Hairdresser Set - Pretend Play Toys
Jabadabado Wooden Hairdresser Set - Pretend Play Toys

Jabadabado Wooden Hairdresser Set - Pretend Play Toys

£22.05 £24.50
3 in stock
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wooden role play set
wooden role play set

Janod Wooden Dentist Set

£22.52 £26.50
7 in stock
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At the age of three, children undergo significant developmental milestones. To help in choosing Gifts For 3 Year Old Girls Here’s an overview of the key developmental stages for a 3-year-old:

1. Physical Development
- Gross Motor Skills:
- Improved balance and coordination.
- Running, jumping, and climbing more confidently.
- Riding a tricycle or balance bike.
- Kicking and throwing a ball with better accuracy.
- Fine Motor Skills:
- Using utensils for eating more effectively.
- Turning book pages one at a time.
- Building towers with blocks.
- Drawing simple shapes and attempting to write letters.

2. Cognitive Development
- Problem-Solving:
- Engaging in simple puzzles and matching games.
- Understanding cause and effect relationships.
- Sorting objects by shape, size, or colour.
- Language and Communication:
- Speaking in complete sentences with improved grammar.
- Vocabulary expanding rapidly; able to name many objects.
- Asking lots of questions to learn more about the world.
- Following simple multi-step instructions.

3. Social and Emotional Development
-Social Skills:
- Playing more interactively with peers, beginning to engage in cooperative play.
- Sharing and taking turns, although conflicts can still arise.
- Understanding and expressing a range of emotions.
- Showing empathy and concern for friends or family members who are upset.
- Independence:
- Asserting independence by wanting to do things on their own (e.g., dressing themselves).
- Expressing preferences and making choices.

4. Creative Development
-Imaginative Play:
- Engaging in pretend play, often creating elaborate scenarios and stories.
- Using toys and everyday objects creatively.
- Enjoying role-playing games (e.g., playing house, doctor, or superhero).
- Artistic Expression:
- Drawing, painting, and crafting with more intentional designs.
- Singing simple songs and dancing.

5. Moral Development
- Understanding Rules:
- Beginning to understand the concept of rules and the difference between right and wrong.
- Learning about consequences of actions.

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