It’s a wonder to hear your previously speechless toddler suddenly start to form words and talk. With patience, a sense of humour, and plenty of opportunities for talking, you’re in for some special moments. Read five ways to encourage your toddler to talk
Potty training may require your child to change her mindset slightly (you want her to sit on what -- and do what?). But it's nothing the two of you can't sort out together with the right plan in place. Here's how to get started. Read create a potty-training plan in three steps
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Imaginary play will help your toddler develop the skills necessary for normal, healthy growth and toddler development. Here are some fun ideas to help your child make the most out of his games. Read toddlers and imaginary play
It's potty time! Help your toddler make an easy transition from transition to pants like she's one of the big children by stocking up on the right things and knowing a few tricks of the trade. Read potty-training checklist: the essentials
Want your child to start eating with a spoon and a fork rather than her hands? Read on for tips to help her as she works toward this fantastic stage in early childhood development. Read teach your child how to eat with cutlery
You've heard the stories: Potty training is scary, it's hard, and it takes forever. But with patience, the right attitude, and some insider info, your toddler can be potty trained in no time at all. Read is your child ready for potty training?
Preparing for your toddler's first playdate? Read on to find out how playing around other children will help him master important new social skills, like sharing, taking turns, following rules, and negotiating. Read help your toddler learn to play with others