- Children interact in more sophisticated ways, play together with toys or games, and learn to take turns.
- Language development takes off and social skills become more refined, letting friendships reach a new level.
- Friendship changes from "doing things together" to "being together."
- Pretending and role-playing are a large part of 3-year-olds' play.
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