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Tips for Toddler Biting Why do some children bite while others don't? There are a number of possible reasons why children under age 3 bite, almost none of them the fault of a child behavior problem, bad parents, or bad caregivers. Sometimes we think we have a good idea what is causing the biting, but most of the time it is hard to guess what is going on in the child's head. Document
Tips for Video Chatting with Young Children – Staying Connected While Far Apart "Do you wonder how to help your young child and his loved ones stay in touch when they are far apart? Children as young as 8 months old respond very well to interactions with people via video chat platforms. Research shows that interactive responsive experiences in real time via video chat enhance even very young children’s language learning." Here are some helpful tips from NAEYC. Document
Tips for Video Chatting with Young Children – Staying Connected While Far Apart Research shows that interactive responsive experiences in real time via video chat enhance even very young children’s language learning. This means as long as the person on the other side of the screen is interacting with and responding in real time, they are not only staying connected to your young child, but can also have many of the positive impacts of responsive communication. Here are some ideas to make video calls more interactive for young children. Document
To Prevent Bullying, Focus on Early Childhood To prevent bullying before it starts, we need to focus on how bullying behaviors develop--for those engaging in bullying behaviors and those being targeted--starting in early childhood. Child Trends recently conducted a literature review and convened an expert roundtable, which NAEYC took part in, to document current understandings of the roots of bullying in early childhood. We identified key contextual factors linked to bullying behaviors, promising, and evidence-based programs that help address emerging behavior and the need for further research. Document
Toddlers and Biting: Finding the Right Response Trying your best to understand the underlying cause of the biting will help you develop an effective response. Children bite in order to cope with a challenge or fulfill a need. Document
Toddlers and Challenging Behavior: Why They Do It and How to Respond This ZERO TO THREE article explores the meaning behind challenging behaviors and how parents and caregivers can set age-appropriate limits for their toddlers.   Document
Toddlers and Challenging Behavior: Why They Do It and How to Respond This ZERO TO THREE article explores the meaning behind challenging behaviors and how parents and caregivers can set age-appropriate limits for their toddlers. Document
Toddlers' screen time linked to slower speech development, study finds A recent study found that children who spent more time with hand-held screens were more likely to exhibit a delay in expressive speech. Document
Toddlers: Strategies for Supporting the Development of Communication Skills Specific strategies to support the development of communication skills in toddlers. Tipsheet
Toilet Training Resources "In order for a toddler to be successfully potty trained, she needs to be able to sense the urge to go, be able to understand what the feeling means, and then be able to verbalize that she needs your help to make it to the toilet and actually go. Waiting until your child is truly ready will make the experience much faster and more pleasant for everyone involved." Here are some resources from the American Academy of Pedieatrics. Website