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FAQs

1. What should I be teaching my 3-4 year old kid?

A 3-4 year old will start talking in small sentences, their curiosity will increase rapidly and they will need a lot of activities to keep them engaged. With the help of worksheets for kg, you can hone their grammar and vocabulary and familiarize them with famous places, people and sports. You can teach them how everyday-things work with the help of printable worksheets for 4 year olds. Make it interesting by teaching in themes like bathroom, table etiquettes, electronics, etc. Sensory stimulation is also crucial for their body at this age: have them smell, touch, see, hear and taste different things. Also teach them basic finance like identifying currency, making simple transactions, etc. PLC’s expert educationalists have curated a set of holistic kindergarten worksheets for 3-4 year olds to ensure they learn everything required at the right time.

2. Should a 3-4 year old kid know the alphabets?

By age 3, your preschooler will usually know half the alphabets and by age 4, they will know all the alphabets in their correct order. Often, children will learn letters that make up their first name before other letters. You can gradually teach them all of the letters by associating them with names of family members, pets, favorite objects, etc. India’s leading early-years educationalists at PLC have designed paper-pencil based kindergarten worksheets in a way that ensures concrete learning of alphabets with tracing line worksheets, matching worksheets, coloring the alphabet worksheets, etc. Alphabet worksheet for lkg is based on the LAR framework (Learn - Apply - Resolve) making sure your preschooler builds a concrete foundation in the building blocks of the English language.

3. What are normal 3-4 year old behaviors?

As your 3 year old is growing in leaps and bounds, they will be honing their fine motor skills and learning about their body and environment. At this age, meltdowns and tantrums are normal as they are balanced with their active and creative hours. Your 3 year old is now learning about their body and knows a range of emotions. They will break rules and test limits to understand the consequences of their actions and learn important life lessons. As they seek independence, they will feel confident in stating their preferences and wishes. PLC’s kindergarten worksheets include independent living skills and value education to help your preschooler navigate through their skills and manage their emotions better.

4. What should a 3-4 year old know academically?

Your 3-4 year old kid will build a foundation in several academic subjects. Some of the important educational milestones for 3-4 years are:

- Identify shapes
- Count numbers up to 20 or more
- Sort things according to size, shape, color and purpose
- Have a solid vocabulary of 200 (3 yr) - 1000 (4 yr) words
- Speak 5-6 worded sentences
- Know most of what they hear
- Use pronouns properly
- Ask questions
- Narrate experiences and activities
- Tell stories.
- Correctly name familiar colors
- Identify time with activity morning-breakfast, afternoon-lunch, evening-dinner

India’s leading early-years educationalists have curated a set of scientifically designed worksheet activities for preschoolers to support their learning outside the classroom. Parents also get expert advice from these educationalists via our live webinars and guided videos when subscribed to PLC.

5. What can I teach my 3-4 year old at home?

At this age, there are so many exciting and fun ways to teach important skills to your child. India’s leading educationalists have designed structured weekly curriculums to help you teach your kids at home and keep them meaningfully engaged. Each week, you will receive a set of 20 worksheets for lkg that you can use to teach your child. Apart from the printable worksheets, you can also make DIY learning tools using objects in your home.

At home, children have the opportunity to associate school learning with real-life situations. For example, you can have the kids count fruits, ask them to pay a vendor, have them look for an object of a particular color, etc. Use our application based video + worksheets like “At The Carnival” or “In The Library” to provide contextual learning for your child. Use every opportunity you get to help your child make these associations as it will help internalize these learnings for life. How far should a 3-4 year old kid be able to count?
In the beginning of year 3, your child should be able to count to 5-10 and by the end of year 4, they may count to 20 or higher. However, neither should you worry if they don’t reach this milestone sooner nor should you limit them to learn only up to the standard milestone. Without too much pressure, give them regular practice of counting for a healthy progress. Make them count objects from day-to-day life and make the learning fun using PLC’s 3 - 4 year old math worksheets. You can print PLC’s kindergarten worksheets as many times as needed by your child.

6. How do you teach kindergarten at home?

The trick to teaching your kids at home in the best possible way is having a structured plan ahead of the time and making learning as fun and engaging as possible. Luckily, our expert educationalists have spent several months in planning and curating a highly effective at-home set of kindergarten worksheets. These printable worksheets are filled with scientifically designed activities to help you teach your child at home. We also have training videos and webinars where you can interact with our expert educators and resolve any trouble you have while teaching your kid.

7. What math should a kindergartener know?

Kindergarteners learn so much in so little time. Kids in their kindergartener learning can start identifying shapes on paper and in real life, count numbers up to 20, count sets of objects, sort things according to their attributes like size, shape, color and purpose and even identify numerals. By the end of kindergarten, they can also tell time in the nearest hour, compare more, less and same as well as learn about time and season.

Understanding of math starts with understanding math vocabulary. Start their math journey early on using our videos and worksheets by visiting HP PLC’s YouTube channel.

8. What words do you learn in kindergarten?

Between the ages of 3 and 4, a child adds about 800-1500 words in their vocabulary list. These include sight words (common, everyday words) like am, are, ate, now, please, saw, under, over, yes, no, etc. They also add names related to time and place like morning, night, today, tomorrow, and more. Your kindergartener will also be able to recognize his regular objects like toys, snacks, electronics, etc. PLC’s printable kindergarten worksheets have fun and entertaining activities with a goal of teaching new words by tracing, matching, coloring and associating. Make sure to deliberately include vocabulary they are learning into your regular conversations so your preschooler can listen and learn.

9. How to Teach Numbers with Kindergarten Worksheets?

The satisfaction of your kid counting the number of objects correctly is extraordinary. However, teaching them is even more fun. There are a number of ways to teach numbers to your kindergartener. You can plan fun games using simple props like rolling dice, ice cream sticks, toys and more. You can even incorporate numbers in real life- for example, asking them to count the number of apples in a basket or having them count the number of toys they have. A solid way to internalize numbers is to have them do math numbers worksheets for kindergarten. PLC has some fun and interesting printable worksheets to teach numbers effectively. For more tips, check this video about reinforcing concepts about numbers or attend one of our webinars for expert advice.

10. What should a kindergartener know before going to first grade?

Kids moving to first grade are expected to know their alphabet well in both, upper and lower case. They are also expected to associate common objects with the alphabet. They should be able to recognize sight words like and it and use words to express feelings, make simple sentences, ask questions and even express their need like hunger. The math skills expected are to count around 20 objects as well as sort and organize things according to their attributes. They should also be able to name their favorite / daily objects like toys, cartoon characters, relations, etc. PLC’s preschool worksheets for 4 year olds will ensure your child graduates to first grade with all the necessary skills and knowledge required.

11. How to teach your 3-4 year old phonics?

A 3-4 year old kid will already have a sound fundamental understanding of phonics from having listened to people around them speaking. PLC's worksheets for 3-4 year olds have plenty of phonics exercises to help them remember the sounds of the letters. These printable worksheets have simple words with lots of exercises. As they read, point out to your child how the words are made up of different letter sounds.

Another way to teach your 3-4 year old phonics is by using songs and rhymes. Singing is a great way to help kids remember the different sounds of the letters. Combine worksheet time with phonics songs to make learning fun! And lastly, don't forget to praise your 3-4 year old's efforts.

Additionally, you can watch the video about vowel confusion on HP's Print Learn Center youtube channel and help your child in understanding the difference between the sound of similar looking vowels. A little encouragement can go a long way in helping them feel confident about their abilities.