The typical preschooler is on the go the whole time, rarely settling quietly at the same activity for more than a few minutes. With limited attention, he flits from one toy to the next. It’s almost as though he has so much energy that he can only concentrate on a toy or game for a very limited amount of time.
Don’t get frustrated about this, because your child’s attention span is often weak at this age. That’s normal. You’ll notice that his concentration skills spontaneously change during the preschool years, in the following ways.