Mommy, now that your child is another year older, this means more learning and growth! At 5 years old, your child is still growing fast, and learning more skills now more than ever. And you’re probably already thinking of how to help them get ready for school!
But how will you know if your child is ready for all the challenges they will be facing, at home or in school? Luckily, there are many milestones you can look out for, to see how your child is growing up to be a Batang May Laban.
A Batang May Laban with Laban ng Katawan should be on-track to meet their Immunity, Growth, and Energy milestones. Want to learn more? Just read on!
To keep your child healthy and away from harmful germs, make sure they have good hygiene habits. When your child is 5, they will start to be able to use the toilet by themselves!(1) Good news, ‘di ba mommies?
But even if they can use the toilet alone, you still need to make sure they can do it hygienically!
You will need to teach them how to use enough, but not too much toilet paper. Also, be sure that they are wiping properly until they are clean! And of course, your child should always wash their hands after using the toilet.(2,3)
With good habits like these, your child will not only be more independent, they will also be much cleaner and healthier.
Another great way to help your child stay healthy is to give them vitamins and minerals like Vit. A, Vit. C, Vit. D, Vit. E, Zinc, and Selenium, which are all found in Bonakid Pre-School 3+. All of these can give your child’s immune system a boost!
At 5 years old, your child is not only growing taller, they are also learning new skills that they will be using for the rest of their lives!
Your child will start to learn new ways to move around like swinging and climbing. With these skills, they’ll be able to play with other kids and have even more fun at the playground!(1)
Your child can start to learn how to do rolls and somersaults. So watch out, moms, and make sure your child is safe when playing around!(1)
At this age, your child should also learn how to write some letters and numbers, and use utensils properly when eating.(1)
Bonakid Pre-School 3+ can help your child achieve all these milestones and more, thanks to its Growth nutrients like Protein, Calcium, and Vitamin D. These nutrients can help give your child a growth boost, which will help give them Laban ng Katawan!
Moms, as your child gets older, they will need more and more physical and mental energy!
A 5-year-old will use this energy for all sorts of new activities and interests. For example, at this age they could start to be interested in singing, dancing, and acting.(1)
They can use their physical energy in new ways, like being able to stand on one foot for 10 seconds or more, and hopping and skipping.(1)
They will also have plenty of uses for their mental energy! At 5 years old, your child should be able to speak very clearly, and tell stories using complete sentences. They will be able to tell others important information like their full name and address.(1)
With Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B7, and B12, Bonakid Pre-School 3+ can give your kids even more energy, so they can run and play for even longer, and have an easier time reaching all these milestones.
All these milestones might seem to be a lot, but with proper nutrition and lots of care, you child should be able to reach all these and more! Bonakid Pre-School 3+ can also help your child achieve Laban ng Katawan, giving them a boost to their Immunity, Growth, and Energy, so they can learn all these skills more easily.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Developmental milestones: Your child by five years. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/milestones/milestones-5yr.html. Published 2020. Accessed March 30, 2021.
raisingchildren.net.au. Personal hygiene for children: in pictures. Australian Government. https://raisingchildren.net.au/toddlers/health-daily-care/hygiene-bathing/personal-hygiene. Accessed March 30, 2021.
Mayo Clinic. Potty training: How to get the job done. Mayo Clinic. https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/infant-and-toddler-health/in-depth/potty-training/art-20045230. Accessed March 30, 2021.