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The key developmental characteristics of the kindergarten group which can be in between the end of childhood and the beginning of middle age youth, they differ in each developmental domain, under will explain clearly the developmental characteristics for physical, cognitive, speech and social emotional growth for kindergarten aged children. Physical developmental milestones: • Hops on alternate legs • jumps over small items • runs, jumps, and round obstacles, • throwing, catching and become more elegant with flexible upper body. • Can rotate twist • gross and fine motor skills creating • stacks 10 or more objects • cuts with scissors • distinguishes writing from non composing • forms shapes and objects with clay • feeds self with spoon, fork and knife • dresses and undresses self with minimum assistance (Kearns & Austin, 2010) (Berk, L. E,2012) cognitive growth milestones: • explores relations, sorting, cause and effect, plasma, symbolic, similarity, function. • Imitates, utilizes symbols and pretends, recognizes symbols in their environment. • Memory develops to allow fake of model when the model Isn't current • immersion and attention span developing • Can make choices from two objects • Grasps conservation, motives about transformations, reverses believing, and understands cause and effect relationships in familiar contexts. • Sustained attention and planning enhance. • employs new motor abilities to manipulate objects skillfully and run complex explorations requiring coordination. (Kearns & Austin, 2010) Berk, L. E. (2012). Language growth landmarks: • Uses name or pronoun for self and for possession. • Uses two or three word combinations ( telegraphic address)...