1-3 year old developmental needs

Emotional needs


- kids need a lot of attention and need to feel secure and safe.
- Parents should encourage and show admiration to kids every time they achieve something such as learning to walk or saying new words.
-Help your kids feel comfortable with their uniqueness.
-Avoid sarcastic remarks when talking to kids around this age.
- Children at this age need unconditional love, criticize the behavior not the child.
- Emotionally healthy kids tend to perform better in school and they practice health behaviors later in life.
                   Mental Needs

-Provide appropriate guidance and instructive discipline Children need the opportunity to explore and develop new skills and independence.
- At the same time, children need to learn that certain behaviors are unacceptable and that they are responsible for the consequences of their actions.
- As members of a family, children need to learn the rules of the family unit.
- Often guidance and discipline that is fair and consistent.
- They will take these social skills and rules of conduct to school and eventually to the workplace.
- Be firm, but kind and have realistic expectations.
- Children’s development depends on your love and encouragement.
- Set a good example. You cannot expect self-control and self-discipline from a child if you do not practice this behavior.

                     Social Needs

- Toddlers require constant attention to stay at an activity.
- Encourage them to go and play with other children their age.
- Organize play dates for the child. Let children share their stuff.
- Parents should play with their kids every once in a while.
                  Physical Needs

-Being a child's suppor terms while they learn to walk.
- Help kids stay active
- Help in showing an interest in toilet training and feeling uncomfortable with wet or soiled diapers.
- Teach them whats right and what's wrong.
- You needs to show kids love and care for them.
- Provide them adequate shelter and sleep.

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