Follow the yellow brick road....
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What a great year the 5s are. There a few milestones they may achieve and growing pains your typical 5-year-old may encounter. May invent games with simple rules and organize other children and toys for pretend play.
Can express anger and jealousy physically and can sometimes be very bossy. Also, notices when another child is angry or sad - more sensitive to feelings of others.
Able to dress self with little assistance, uses a fork and knife well and cuts on a line with scissors. Block and dramatic play is much more elaborate and complex and has good attention span and can concentrate well.
Is project minded - plans buildings, play scenarios, and drawings. Interested in cause and effect can understand time concepts like yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Can understand and use comparative terms like big, bigger, or biggest.