At this age, children can point to numbers and count up to 10
(with the help of blocks or other visual support). They can also repeat
up to four numbers back to you, match things that are related and pick out
which group has "more balls" or "more cups."
Activities your child may be doing:
Click here to print Developmental Milestone Check List 4 years. Share the list with your child’s health care professional, teacher, or save it for your own records.
Each activity your child is doing is typical of their age.
If your child isn’t doing all of the activities, it doesn’t mean anything is wrong. Children can vary by as much as six months in some of the things that they are able to do. If you do have questions about your child’s development, you can call the CONNECT Helpline, a program of the State of Pennsylvania.
CONNECT Helpline 1-800-692-7288
The child specialists on the CONNECT Helpline are there to answer questions and provide information about child development for families of children ages birth to age five.