Como o seu filho de 5 anos pode brincar agora

    • Faz desenhos que se percebem, escreve o seu nome, veste-se sozinho e completa puzzles.
    • Consegue resolver problemas e explicar coisas.
    • As suas amizades tornam-se mais fortes.
    • Consegue organizar coisas em categorias básicas.
    • Imita a pose dos adultos e o seu tom de voz.
    • Faz atividades sem esperar por ordens.
    • Diferencia enter "fingir" e "realidade" quando brinca.
    • Começa a fazer comparações e a sua memória aumenta.
    • Explica jogos e brincadeiras às outras crianças.

Bug Hunt

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At this age, your child probably finds bugs fascinating! Have fun together on a Bug Hunt!


  • Pad of paper and felt-tip pens, or instant camera
  • Yard, park, nature walk, or other outdoor area
  • Magnifying glass
  • Bug identification book (optional)


  • Walk or drive to a park or nature area. Bring a small pad of paper and drawing materials, or an instant camera, if you prefer.
  • Walk through the area and help your child find some bugs. Use a magnifying glass to get a closer look.
  • When you locate a bug, have your child draw a picture of it using her pad and pens, or take a photograph.
  • Continue your walk, looking for different bugs.
  • After you gather a nice collection, return home to organize the drawings or photos. If using a regular camera, have the film developed.
  • Lay the pictures or photos on a table and have your child examine the bugs. Ask her to look for features that are similar and different.
  • If you have a bug identification book, have your child try to identify the bugs and label them.


Be careful with bugs that bite and sting and watch for dangerous plants such as poison ivy.
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