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Toddler Behaviour

Toddler Age Behaviours

Toddler behaviour is characterised by a wide range of emotions, curiosity, and increasing independence. Toddlers, typically between the ages of 1 and 3 years, are exploring and learning about the world around them, which can sometimes lead to challenging behaviours. They may exhibit defiance, tantrums, or oppositional behaviour as they strive to assert their independence and test boundaries. This stage is marked by rapid cognitive and language development, and toddlers are eager to communicate their needs and desires, often resorting to gestures, pointing, or limited vocabulary. It is essential for parents and caregivers to provide a safe and nurturing environment that encourages exploration and allows for appropriate expression of emotions. Setting consistent and clear expectations, offering choices within limits, and redirecting behaviour can help manage challenging behaviours. Positive reinforcement, praise, and patience are practical tools in guiding and shaping desirable behaviour. Remembering that toddler behaviour is a normal part of their development is essential. Providing love, understanding, and guidance during this stage helps foster their emotional well-being and growth.

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