A collection of activities and things to do with children aged 3-4 years old. Your child might use more descriptive language, enjoy imaginary play, and be able to link sentences together.
Help grow your child's language skills by introducing them to talk about the past and future.
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Use toys to help create a future adventure with your child. Making plans will help them think beyond the present moment.
Encouraging your child to talk about past events will help them think about things beyond the present moment.
The Tomorrow Game is a simple way to encourage talking about the future.
Help your child practise the important skill of retelling stories with our easy and fun activity.
Try this fun building game with your 3-year-old to test their patience and resilience but also have fun.
Teddy says is a fun game, which is great for developing listening, attention and memory skills.
Cook with your child to develop coordination, boost their confidence and encourage adventurous eating.
This activity is a fun twist on what’s in the bag using different textured objects.
Watch the video on this page to see how you can use dance to get their children talking about their feelings.
In this game, your child can get to know their teddy a bit more as your questions bring them to life.
Chatting while making food is another great opportunity to help your child develop their language.
Playing I Spy on walks is a great learning and talking experience for your child.
Encourage your child to talk about the weather and choose what to wear.
Sorting out clothes together lets you talk about different textures, colours, and fabrics.
Matching halves is a fun way of learning about things that are the same or different.
Play music and limber up for dance-related games like musical bumps and musical statues.
How sorting recycling can be turned into a fun activity for your child.
Finger painting is great messy fun and a chance to talk about the different colours and objects they're drawing.