In this ‘Toddler’ section, you will find articles and information relevant for parents who have young children in the age group of 18-36 Months. Your child is no longer an infant. He/she is now a toddler. Your primary concerns are now slowly shifting away health, diet, food and safety. As your child is showing signs of becoming more aware of the world around him, you as a parent also start taking a broader view of your child’s needs. While, health and safety continue to be important, parents start to slowly increase the exposure of the child. Social and emotional development become important at this stage. You are frequently dealing with tantrums and other behavioral issues arising out of the child’s nascent social and emotional skills. Your child is now not only developing excellent gross motor skills but is also developing good fine motor skills. Some parents might also begin teaching children various concepts related to learning and education. We usually start by teaching children Numbers, Letters of the Alphabet and names various Animals, Birds and Objects etc. In this section, we aim to provide you information that caters to all your child’s needs.

Toddler Learning Apps? No Way!

Are you allowing your toddler to use educational Apps on Smartphones and Tablets? After reading this article you might change your mind!

Types of Play in Early Childhood

Children engage in different types of play, all of which are beneficial. We explain each of these types and their numerous benefits.

Basic Concepts: Milestones & Tips for Kids

Basic concepts are crucial for a child’s early success helping them to read and write better. Basic concepts are tools that enable a child to make sense of the world.

Top 10 Short Nursery Rhymes for Kids

10 Best short nursery rhymes for Kids. Download the lyrics for these easy and simple rhymes in English. Your babies, toddlers, nursery or pre nursery small kids will love it!

Parenting Style Questionnaire

We have prepared Fun Parenting Style Questionnaire for all parents. Check out on this blog and share with other parents!

Connect with Ira
Exit mobile version