Wow, 4 years old na ang iyong anak! How time flies! Ang dami na nilang gusto at kayang gawin, di ba? But even at the age of 4, your child is still growing and learning new things every day.


With your child growing up so quickly, it’s important to make sure they are on track with their development. This way, you can make sure they are on their way to becoming a Batang May Laban na may Laban ng Katawan, with the Immunity, Growth, and Energy they need to face any challenge!


How can you tell if your 4-year-old is on track to becoming a Batang May Laban? Check out this helpful guide.




When your child is 4 years old, they will probably start playing with other kids more often. This is because they will learn how to share with others, take turns, and cooperate when playing games or doing activities.(1)


This is great for their learning and development! But they need to have strong immune systems to make sure that they don’t catch a cough or cold from other kids, as children can easily spread and get some types of infection.(2)


And moms, remember that you also need to teach your child to practice hygiene habits when playing with other kids. Always make sure you have wet wipes or rubbing alcohol for your child to use, and make sure they wash their hands before and after playing. And when your child is playing with others, make sure they do not put their hands in their mouth!(3)


Teaching your child proper hygiene habits and giving them growing up milk will help strengthen their immune systems. Bonakid Pre-School 3+ contains essential vitamins and minerals like Vit. A, Vit. C, Vit. D, Vit. E, Zinc, and Selenium. These nutrients play an important role in keeping your child’s immune system strong so that they won’t easily get catch germs or infections.





Aside from growing bigger and stronger, your child will also grow by learning new skills!


At 4 years old, your child should be able to catch a bouncing ball, pour their own drinks, and draw a person with 2 – 4 body parts like arms or legs. They should also be able to learn how to use scissors, and learn how to cut and mash their food. But moms, make sure to keep an eye on them when they are handing sharp objects!(4)


To help make sure your child can learn all these skills, give them Bonakid Pre-School 3+ that has growth nutrients like Protein, Calcium, and Vitamin D so that learning these skills and becoming a Batang May Laban will be much easier.





A 4-year-old child will have the physical energy for even more activities! At this age, your child will be better at balancing, and should be able to stand or hop on one foot for 2 seconds.(4)


Your child will also have more mental energy than ever! With this mental energy, they should be able to remember parts of a story that you tell them, and predict what will happen next. They should even start to tell their own stories!(4)


They should also be able to play simple board games so they can have fun with the whole family.(4)


Your child will need a lot of energy to learn these new skills. Especially made for kids 3 years and up, Bonakid Pre-School 3+ contains the Energy-boosting B-vitamins that they need like B2, B3, B6, B7, and B12 to help make sure they can run, play, and learn every single day.


Bonakid Pre-School 3+ provides the essential vitamins and minerals to help your child achieve Laban ng Katawan so that they will be able to experience their childhood fully while developing and growing properly, like playing with other kids, playing with toys, learning, drawing, and more! Help make sure your child can reach all these milestones and more with Bonakid Pre-Schol 3+!




  1. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Developmental milestones. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Accessed February 26, 2021.

  2. Queensland Health. Viral illness in children. Queensland Government. Accessed February 26, 2021.

  3. Mya K. Hygiene practices for the playground. Playground Professionals. Accessed March 17, 2021.

  4. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Developmental milestones: Your child by four years. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Published 2020. Accessed February 26, 2021.

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