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Stages & Milestones for Ages 3-5

Stages & Milestones for Ages 3-5

 
A favorite blanket or stuffed animal helps preschoolers feel secure in new situations.
It's tough for kids to grasp why it's not their own birthday yet.
Bragging is a rite of passage for 5- and 6-year-olds.
When your child is aggressive, keep discipline fresh by tweaking old tactics to fit new circumstances.
What mastering the monkey bars teaches children about the world — and themselves
Find out what educators mean by theory of mind, and why it matters to your family.
As your child grows, she becomes more sophisticated in noticing and classifying the people she encounters every day.
Help your child's friendships flourish — even in the face of difficulty.
Stop sass and keep discipline fresh by tweaking old tactics to fit new circumstances.
Is your child tuning you out? Avoid discipline problems by tweaking old tactics to fit new circumstances.
Find the answers in our age-by-age guide to child development.
Learning to fib is an important step in your child's development.
During the exciting ages of 3 to 5, children learn how to become self-sufficient, how to relate and interact with peers, and more!
What to know about that cherished lovey she takes everywhere.

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