Your Child at 24 to 36 Months
Between 24 and 36 month,your child will transition from the crib to a bed, begin toilet training, and have a vocabulary of around 900 words.
It is also the time when your child is beginning to realize that he or she is an independent person from you and wants to express his or her free will, largely by opposing you.
For tips on taming tantrums and other highlights during this stage of your child's development visit Born Learning.
In the next year your child will learn to:
If you have concerns about your child's development, contact Early On
Learning to read and write in school depends on the blending of many skills--skills that grow as children interact with, and explore their world in the early years.
There are many things you can do as a parent to encourage your child's development in reading and writing.
At some point in the next year, your child will begin to use the toilet independantly.
Many parents wonder if their child is ready. Baby Center has a checklist that can help you decide if you and your child are ready. The website also offers tips and ideas to make the transition smoothly.
Age 2 can be an intense and essential time for exploration for young minds. Talaris Research Institute explains how, through hypothesis testing, your child is learning.