Although the pace of development is not as dramatic in the preschool years as it is during infancy and the toddler period, development still proceeds at a rapid rate. There are notable changes in body structure. There is a loss of body fat, a lengthening of the legs and arms, and a flattening of the tummy. With a longer body, the child is no longer all head and belly. At this point the child looks like a “kid” and no longer like a baby. Additionally, there is continued rapid brain growth, particularly in the left hemisphere, the cerebellum, and the frontal lobe. This corresponds with rapid increases in language, motor coordination, and cognition and self-control, in that order.