4-year-olds are intuitive learners. They engage in imaginative play and are curious in trying new experiences. They have greater self control and are able to communicate in complex sentences. They tend to sing silly songs and even make up goofy words.
At 4 years old, their cognitive skills are further developed as they learn to recognize alphabets and may write their own names. They understand that letters represent the sounds in spoken words and may be able to associate letters with sounds. They resolve everyday problems through logic reasoning and are able to recognize numerals up to 10 or more.
With greater curiosity and enthusiasm, 4 years old can engage in longer periods of active and imaginative play. Their motor skills are advanced and they are able to complete activities such as fixing complex puzzles, galloping, and skipping.