Toddlers: Child Development (cont.)
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Developmental Milestones for Toddlers 2-3 Years of Age
Because of your child's growing desire to assert her independence, this stage is often called the "terrible twos." However, this can be an exciting time for you and your toddler. He will experience huge intellectual, social, and emotional changes that will help him to explore his new world, and make sense of it.
During this stage, your toddler will be able to follow two- or three-phrase commands, sort objects by shape and color, imitate the actions of adults and playmates, and express a wide range of emotions.
For more information on developmental milestones and warning signs of possible developmental delays, visit Learn the Signs. Act Early.
Positive Parenting of Toddlers 2-3 Years of Age
Child Safety First (Toddlers 2-3 Years of Age)
Encourage your toddler to sit when eating and to chew her food thoroughly.
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