Developmental Milestones Ages 2 to 3 Educational and Parenting Articles

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Here are 5 of the most common potty training issues that parents face today, and how you can tackle them.
As adults, we often feel it's too difficult to learn a new language, but for kids, it's easy. Here's how to get bilingual in an increasingly global society.
A caring environment is integral for your child's learning and language development. Learning and language development at home, child care, and the community.
Examines the relationship of theory to social play including cognitive-developmental theory, psychosocial theory, and sociocultural theory.
In addition to an awareness of their own emotions, children need the ability to recognize the cues reflecting the emotions of others.
Learning the meaning of words and their appropriate use is a developmental piece of language acquisition that begins in early childhood.
Children's babbling and scribbling are important stages in both oral and written language. Read more about the 5 categories along the normal language
Lists seven irreducible needs of young children that are necessary for them to survive and thrive.
This article suggests many ways that parents and caregivers can use to enrich a child's world and facilitate healthy physical development.
Lists examples of responsive care and education practices that focus on supporting the emotional needs of infants and toddlers.
An overview of the process that a child goes through in learning language and the rules that govern speech.
An examination of the ways that play can facilitate children's language development.
Children exhibiting emotional regulation skills usually adjust well to new people and situations, show a high tolerance for frustration, control their negative
A list of typical gross motor development milestones from birth to six-year-olds.
An overview of children's language development from their first words through their ability to use appropriate syntax and grammatical morphemes.
This article discusses the language development in young children.  It also talks about Piaget and Vygotsky's theories on children's language development.
Examines how an infant's and young child's social interaction with adults is a major factor in language acquisition.
From birth on children learn about their environments and communicate with family members. What they are learning is reflected in the ways they vocalize.
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