Preschoolers also should be able to understand basics concepts such as size, numbers, days of the week, and time.
In addition, small muscles tire more easily than large ones, and the short, stubby fingers of preschoolers make delicate or complicated tasks more difficult.
Finally, gross motor skills call for energy, which is boundless in preschoolers, while fine motor skills require patience, which is in shorter supply.
Many educational programs such as "Sesame Street" are aimed at preschoolers.
However, preschoolers are highly influenced by advertisements on commercial television.