Category Archives: Child Development

Ways to Encourage Early Communication Skills in Your Baby

Communicating with a baby may not always be the easiest. Every parent has had that moment where they think—or say out loud—“Why can’t you just tell me what you want?!” It’s important to remember that even though your baby can’t express what they’re thinking through language, they are still attempting to communicate with you. Let’s […]

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How Parents Can Encourage Constructive Play in Toddlers

When you think about children learning, you probably imagine them figuring out their ABCs or solving simple arithmetic problems. But for infants and toddlers, play is one of the most crucial steps in learning. In fact, childhood psychologists have found that there are stages of play that children engage in as they develop and grow. […]

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Best Books for Toddler Development

Long before a child learns to read, they’ll be accustomed to the voices of their parents reading to them. Experts recommend that you start reading to children from birth. It’s even more important to read to toddlers as they begin to develop literacy skills. In fact, research demonstrates that reading to toddlers improves their vocabulary […]

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Signs Your Toddler Is Ready for Potty Training

Diaper changing is one of those tasks that comes with the parental territory, but it’s safe to say that no matter how cute your kids are, no one does it because they love it. After those diaper-filled and sleep-deprived first years, most parents look forward to the day their kid can go to the bathroom […]

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Milestones to Celebrate in the Development of Your Toddlers

The development of your child will begin to explode between the ages of 12 and 18 months. This is an exciting time for parents, who will watch their baby start to grow up in front of their eyes and become more like a young kid than a baby every single day. Here’s a quick overview […]

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