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Activities to Do with Your Preschooler

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Playing with your preschooler encourages learning, increases self-esteem, and creates stronger family bonds. Preschoolers love routine, so creating a regular playtime can help them better prepare for and engage in activities.

Potty Training

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Many children begin potty training between 18 to 24 months of age; however, it's not uncommon for a child to still be in diapers at three years of age or older. Both you and your child must be ready to potty train.

Toddler Biting

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Biting is common for many toddlers. Toddlers may bite because it feels good on their teething gums or as a way to express an emotion they are feeling.

Toddler Tantrums

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Toddlers use temper tantrums as a way of communicating and dealing with big feelings. Tantrums can happen at any time, even when your toddler appeared well-rested and content a minute before.

​Enjoying/Surviving Toddlerhood

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We all have heard the dreaded ‘terrible twos’ and no doubt raising a toddler can be a tough job. Temper tantrums, power struggles, the highs of boundless energy and the inevitable crashes when that energy runs out are all part of the territory. However, raising a toddler can also be a lot of fun.

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