The developmental phase that parents often refer to as the terrible twos is just one aspect of toddler social growth. This video discusses what parents can expect from their 2-year-olds and how they can nurture their development.
Toddlers are eager to demonstrate their independence, which is why they may become disagreeable at times. They also tend to play on their own rather than engage other children. Parents can foster positive behaviors in their 2-year-olds by showing them how to interact appropriately with other people. By modeling how to share toys and take turns, parents can teach their toddlers proper social skills.
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