A child who learns how to walk is called a toddler. Toddler’s age ranges between the ages of 1 and 3. Different children progress at different speeds and there is a lot of variation in the early years. There are several changes which take place in the life of a toddler in these few years. Here we take a look at the stages of development in a toddler’s age and how to deal with them during this period.
In toddler’s age, development takes place in innumerable different areas both physical and mental. Here is a description of the broad categories:
In toddler’s age, tantrums are a prominent feature. A tantrum is a sudden fit of anger, often for no reason or an invalid one. Tantrums in toddlers occur due to their desire to assert independence and frustration when they are not able to completely achieve the desirable results.
Toddler’s age is a very sensitive age where a balance has to be reached between letting them get their own way and getting them to do the correct thing. There are several books on how to handle toddlers and also much material available on the internet. Toddler’s age is a very awkward age but also an enjoyable time as pleasure can be derived from sharing each milestone as the toddler grows into a unique individual.