Three Year Olds
When children turn three, their self-control increases and they want to please and are highly susceptible to praise. Their increased motor activities enable them to handle with large objects and block play usually increases their carrying and lifting capacity as well as contribute to their building skills.
Fine motor development of three-year olds progressed further and enables them to pick up small objects easily and adult grasp is stimulated by using crayons to write and color. But play is still an important part of their development and unlike two-year old children who are involved in parallel play; the three-year old begins to play cooperatively especially when play is often structured by their own imaginations.