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Your Preschooler Month by Month

Your Preschooler Month by Month

Your Preschooler Month by Month
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Questions & Answers

How can I teach my child to share?

If your child is unwilling to share, do not punish him. Instead, when he shares willingly with someone, then praise him for his good behaviour.
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How do I keep my child from getting car sick?

Many children get car sick, and while it’s not always easy, it can be dealt with in a few simple ways that will make travelling more fun for everyone.
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Wetting the bed: how can I help my child to stop?

Night time potty training is a big part of the potty training process, and it can be one of the trickiest.
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What should I look for in a swimming class?

While it’s not yet time for proper swimming classes for your preschooler, you can both benefit from swimming orientation classes.
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How can I get my fussy eater to eat more - without a battle?

Picky eaters cause parents a lot of stress, but there are some really simple ways to change your child’s eating habits.
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When should my child learn to read?

The average child will learn to read somewhere between preschool junior infants, but this skill does not come naturally. A child must be taught to read.
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How can I help my child improve his speech?

If you have a hard time understanding what your preschooler is trying to tell you sometimes, there are ways you can help him improve his speaking skills.
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