Preschoolers - Caring for your 3- and 4-Year-Old Child
Answers to frequently asked questions parents have about caring for their preschooler.
Comforting Your Fearful Preschooler
Parenting expert Dr. Caron B. Goode shares strategies to help your child overcome fears.
How Can We Handle a Sibling's Regression?
Armin Brott offers strategies to cope with a child's regression when a new baby comes home.
80s Toys Your Preschooler Will Enjoy
If you grew up in the 80s, you probably enjoyed these toys. Now, your preschooler can have just as much fun with them as you did.
Precursors to Reading
The foundations of reading begin in early childhood and follow a developmental pattern, according to the research on emergent literacy. The skills of reading, writing, and oral language emerge in an interrelated pattern throughout the preschool years. This article will tell you about the preschool experiences and activities that will help your child start elementary school ready to read.
ADD/ADHD in Preschool and Toddlers
Early symptoms of ADD/ADHD that could indicate whether your preschooler needs further medical attention.
Top Picks - Preschool Games
The top educational games appropriate for your preschooler.
Your Four Year Old
What you need to know about your child at age four. Includes information about normal development, nutrition and health.
Your Three Year Old
What you need to know about your child at age three. Includes information about normal development, nutrition and health.
Tot Talk - Helping your child learn to read
What's "old hat" to you can be new and exciting to preschoolers. When you talk about everyday experiences, you help children connect their world to language and enable them to go beyond that world to new ideas.
Learn about your toddler's developmental milestones. Find out what's normal and what's not about your toddler's growth and development.