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Social and Emotional Milestones Ages 2 to 3

As your toddler grows, they may experience different emotions and they might not know how to express them. Toddlers began dealing with frustration, anger, or other emotions that may lead them to throw temper tantrums! You can help prevent these temper tantrums by helping your toddler be able to identify, name, and manage their emotions. Read these articles for more information and advice on emotional growth, social growth, helping children manage their feelings, temper tantrums, and more!

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