Preschooler Growth & Development

Your preschooler is undoubtedly full of energy and personality, and his growing physical and language skills can make for entertaining - and exhausting - days. He's growing and changing in many ways, testing his independence and sometimes testing your patience. Learn more about all the changes you may see in this stage of his development here.

Growth & Development - Preschooler
Do You Know This About Preschool Readiness?

There’s nothing like the thought of sending your little one off to their first school ...
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Little Liars: Why Kids Lie and What to Do About It

A mom of a four-year-old tracked me down with concerns about what she feared might be ...
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What to Do When Your Kid Never Listens

"She's the perfect angel at school, but she never listens at home." This is a common ...
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How to Spot Sensory Processing Disorder in Kids

When my son was a toddler, he decided that all of his tags had to go. Tags ...
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How to Survive a Strong-Willed Child

I work with a lot of kids, and they come to me for a variety of reasons. I enjoy each and ...
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5 Reasons You Need to Allow Your Children to Fail

Have you ever had to stand back, feeling completely helpless, while your child struggled ...
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