Developmental Milestones Ages 2 to 3 Educational and Parenting Articles

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Outlines ten core concepts which frame our current understanding of early development and can serve as guides for interacting with very young children.
Here are some principles regarding physical growth in children that can be helpful in understanding their physical development.
Overviews concepts learned in the first two years of life including Piaget's logico-mathematical knowledge and schemas.
The article discusses self-help skills such as feeding and toilet training in babies and toddlers.
Guidelines for assessing temperament in infants and toddlers.  Examples and suggestions for parents and educators are provided.
An overview of how negativity and exploration are the first signs of a child's developing autonomy.
Provides a brief outline of the metalinguistic skills and abilities in children age 1 1/2 years to school age children.
Provides a table outlining examples of interrogative sentences used by children aged 26 to 64 months.
Provides an overview of how language development begins. Summarizes theories and the sequence of how children learn language.
Examines how an infant's and young child's social interaction with adults is a major factor in language acquisition.
Provides a table outlining the use of pronouns in the language development of children aged 12 months to 4 years.
An overview of the physical changes that take place in each stage of childhood from infancy through adolescence.
Parental involvement has an important effect on a child's reading and writing development.
Provides a table outlining the locational prepositions understood by children aged 24 months to five years.
Highlights the role of caregivers and teachers to support families who have a toddler in the stage of autonomy, who is asserting his or her independence.
Developmental delays are classified in the areas of cognitive, speech and language, physical, social-emotional development, or health impairments. The article
This article discusses the four cueing system that makes communication possible in English as well as other languages.  These cueing systems are: phonological
Discusses the importance of the group environment on a child's learning and development.
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