Expect a lot of changes as your child grows from a baby into a toddler. If you’ll be sending your child to preschool, it’s never too soon to begin looking.
Selecting a preschool
What qualities are important to you most when it comes to a preschool? The area, the activities, the teachers? It’s never too soon to start planning and searching for your son or daughter’s future preschool.
Toddler-proofing your home
As your baby becomes a toddler, you’ll notice that he or she is constantly trying to get into everything. Without properly toddler-proofing your home, your little one can get into accidents that can cause serious injury, which can sometimes be fatal.
When your child first starts going to preschool (or kindergarten, if you are skipping preschool), you or your child may deal with mild to severe forms of separation anxiety, especially if you are a stay-at-home mom and you and your child are used to always being together. This section offers tips on how to deal with separation anxiety.
Whether your child is attending preschool and/or begins going to playgroups, it is around this age that they will start making their very first friends.
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