Posted in How To

How to use rainy Day Projects for Parents and ToddlersSkip

As dark clouds roll in and raindrops splash the window pane, you suddenly realize you’re stuck indoors with your little ball of energy all day long. The combination of a short attention span, curiosity and boredom gives your toddler the potential to find some major trouble or throw a massive…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to Share The Effects of Overscheduling on ToddlersSkip

Learning new things is a toddler’s job, but too much can be overwhelming. The opportunities are endless and enticing, and parents are often eager to sign up their cherubs for dance, swimming, playdates or music class. Beware: Too many activities can affect a toddler in negative ways. They can stress…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to Share Tactile Activities to Do With ToddlersSkip

You may think that your toddler is just a walking mess generator, but in fact, he’s an intrepid sensory explorer. Toddlers learn to use all five of their senses by exploring their world. And yes, their exploration may end with a mess, but tactile activities will enhance your toddler’s touch…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to Use Swimming Items for Handicapped ToddlersSkip

Swimming can be a highly motivating activity for all young children, but may have increased benefits for toddlers with special needs. Toddlers with physical disabilities may experience increased mobility in the buoyant water, while toddlers with autism or sensory integration impairments may enjoy the tactile experience of floating in the…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to Use Summer Themes for Preschoolers & ToddlersSkip

For many, summer flies by too fast, but for parents with toddlers and preschoolers, it can seem like an eternity. Instead of counting the days until your little one goes back to daycare or preschool, why not plan some activities and crafts with a summer theme? They’re sure to shorten…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to make Styles of Painting for ToddlersSkip

While your child may be a budding Matisse or possibly the next Rembrandt, there are several styles of painting you may want to consider. Most toddlers love exploring the world of color, art and splatter, and the messier the better. But, there are ways to rein in the mess while…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to Use Stopping Emotional Abuse in ToddlersSkip

Toddlers are a handful, no doubt about it. While kids will be kids, don’t let frustration lead to abuse of any kind. Emotional abuse in toddlers occurs when a child is ignored, rejected, verbally assaulted, isolated or neglected by a parent or caregiver to the extent that the abuse interferes…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

How to Use Statistics on Autism in ToddlersSkip

A typical toddler is a social being who loves to chatter and interact with others. Sadly, some tots aren’t capable of normal communication. Autism — also known as autistic spectrum disorder or ASD — is a complicated developmental disorder that can first become evident in toddlers. A toddler should be…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

how to share Speech Intervention Methods for ToddlersSkip

Is it too much to ask for an eloquent toddler? Well, kinda. It’s normal for strangers to not understand a single word that comes from your toddler’s mouth, and he’s totally typical when he goes for “cutesy” terms like “bankee” instead of “blanket” or “monk monk” instead of “monkey.” You…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

Language Development Activities for ToddlersSkip

Isn’t it exciting when you hear your toddler’s first words? And yet, the babbling gets to be too much some days when you wish you were on a deserted island! But your little one counts on you as his role model for language development. You can help your toddler build…

Continue Reading...
Posted in How To

Lack of Self-Control in ToddlersSkip

The ability to control feelings and emotions usually comes with maturity. Because learning self-control is a process, parents often experience a lack of self-control in toddlers. While not pleasant, these behavior issues are normal in young children. Once you understand your toddler’s actions and the reasons behind them, encouraging more…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Google

Viral Sharing of Lack of Adequate Sleep in ToddlersSkip

On a good day, most toddlers are about as rational as your favorite soap diva. While your toddler isn’t always a mega-handful, take an adequate amount of sleep away and your little one can quickly turn from loving to loaded when it comes to her emotions. Whether she just can’t…

Continue Reading...