Toddler Week 75

Purposeful PraiseWe all want our children to grow up as happy, successful, confident and likable adults.  Helping to give them a foundation of a positive view of themselves...

Toddler Week 69

Watching It GrowThere are so many meaningful ways to hasten your child’s cognitive development and creating fun projects like planting a garden is one of them. Designate an...

Toddler Week 92

Motor DevelopmentAs far as gross motor development is concerned, at this stage your toddler has learned what her body can do and should generally be confident to run...

Toddler Week 103

IndependenceIndependence enables  preschoolers to cope with the demands of their daily lives in preschool, amongst their peers and in their relationships with their parents and other adults. A...

Toddler Week 29

Precious SleepSleeping is a challenge for many parents of toddlers and the one area in which they stand or fall as parents in their own eyes. It might...

Toddler Week 72

Long Journeys More EnjoyableWith a little preparation, lots of patience and a bit of planning long trips can be fun and hopefully stress-free.  If you are in the car...

Toddler Week 94

Food FightsAs children near three years of age, their food preferences become more pronounced. At this stage, you should have an idea of her preferences.  Does she like...

Toddler Week 41

How To Prevent A TantrumNot all toddler tantrums can be avoided, but you can at least try to structure your toddler’s environment and activities in such a way...

Toddler Week 64

Being Content With SelfAlthough it can never replace the importance of playing and interacting with your child, all little ones can benefit from some independent play time as...

Toddler Week 11

Fingers, Ears, Nose And ToesDuring their first year, children see themselves as one with their caregiver, most often their parents. However, this starts to change once they get...
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