Tag Archives: Toddler

Autism Symptoms in Infants and Toddlers

If you are concerned about your child’s developing social and communication abilities, it is important to keep an eye on their conduct. In some situations, parents detect early autism symptoms in infants and toddlers. Here are some of the signs that you should know. It’s understandable that most parents’ primary concern is to ensure that their […]

Cultural Differences In How Children’s Ages Are Observed

The journey from infancy to adulthood is called “coming of age.” When a child turns a specific age and no longer qualifies as a minor, they are considered to have reached their “coming of age” milestone in various cultures. In some cultures, a child’s maturation is marked by the onset of puberty. A coming-of-age ceremony […]

Art For Toddlers

ART FOR TODDLERS: THE ADVANTAGES Because of the surge in interest in classes that promote the growth of toddlers’ cognitive and motor skills, parents now have an abundance of choices, including painting classes. In this blog, we discuss the benefits of art for toddlers and how to get started. When Is the Appropriate Time to […]

Why Hasn’t My 20-Month-old Child Been Able To Speak

WHY HASN’T MY 20-MONTH-OLD CHILD BEEN ABLE TO SPEAK? When your child’s language skills appear to be lagging behind other toddlers, it can be challenging to know what to make of it. Your 20-month-old child may have a hearing difficulty or some other developmental delay if they cannot say more than a few words at this age. These holdups […]

Are Tantrums Harmful To My Child

ARE TANTRUMS HARMFUL TO MY CHILD? First, the good news: Toddlers have been throwing temper tantrums to obtain what they want since the dawn of time. Most meltdowns aren’t physically violent, but they do involve a lot of crying and yelling. You may rest assured that your child will not be hurt by a bit […]