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Physical Development: Ages 3-5 Michelle Legault
Age 3: At age three a child should be able to walk-run. A walk-run means being able to run a little bit faster than walking.
Age 4: At age four a child should be able to run to a given point. When they get to that point they stop, turn around, then run back.
Age 5: At the age five a child should be able to run in a circle without stopping. They should be able to run turn and come back without stopping.
What should you do if your child is behind: You should talk to there doctor. You should follow what your doctor suggests for them.
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