Walking and talking, playing and socializing — all in a day's work for your toddler or preschooler. Learn what you can do to help.
You might ask yourself why your baby cries so much. Here’s what you can do to soothe your baby and relieve your own stress.
Is 'no' a favorite word in your house these days? Our toddlers tend to test the limits and may even throw temper tantrums.
Learn more about your three-year-old’s behavior and key development milestones
Are you struggling with getting your little one to say please and thank you? A few smart strategies and techniques may help this go more smoothly. Learn more about teaching manners.
Learn how your kids develop fine motor skills and get better at performing all kinds of intricate tasks with their hands.
We all mean well when we discipline our kids, but sometimes we confuse them. A better way is to keep our words simple and concrete when we express our displeasure.
Learning to speak takes motor coordination of the mouth, tongue, throat and even lungs – a big job for a child. Get more tips on how to help your child say those difficult words.
Understand more about the role of different types of play in your 2-year old’s cognitive development
Learn about your 21 month old's development milestones and the importance of play and toddler games.
She's walking now, but it's likely that your child will take a few hits as she toddles around the house. If a tooth gets bumped in the process, you can help by following a few simple first-aid tips.
Your child's smile brightens your day. To keep that smile bright, nothing beats early dental care. Picking a child-friendly dentist is a great start, along with teaching your child to brush twice a day. Get
Many parents find time-outs to be an effective tool for toddlers and preschoolers. Here’s how to make it work.
Our toddlers are fascinated by other children right now. They love to watch, imitate and even wrestle with their peers. To help provide that kid-to-kid interaction, why not organize or join a play group?
It can be hard to tell if your child is ready for preschool. Children develop at their own pace and in their own way. Read on to find some good ways to gauge social skills and preschool readiness.
Does your child fight a lot? Some toddlers and preschoolers get into repeated and escalating tussles. Get some tips and insight on helping kids cope with aggressive behavior.
It's thrilling for us to see how our babies' motor skills are coming together. Every day, our little ones feel more comfortable in their surroundings.
Art and craft ideas can be fun and educational for toddlers, and will keep your tot happy and busy.
When toddlers play they learn to understand how the world works, who they are, and what they can and cannot do.
Poo-poo head! Sometimes, the words toddlers and preschoolers use are not as innocent as you might hope. What does this bad language really mean to them?
What causes shyness? How can we help a young child overcome these feelings?