1. They do the opposite of most instructions.
They seldom obey any verbal command
2. They Use “No!” as chief word
3. Are not motivated by words
4. Not able to wait
5. Cannot stand frustration
6. They constantly seem to find ways to frustrate themselves
7. Treat people like objects (will step on, push, hit others, including babies, without remorse)
8. They have no concept of sharing
9. They are very limited in what they understand
10. They extremely immature emotionally; may tantrum easily and often
11. They have boundless energy and need many outlets for it (especially stair climbing)
12. They can be distracted or lured away from a forbidden object or activity
Positive Parenting Tips according to CDC
1. Read to your toddler daily.
2. Ask her to find objects for you or name body parts and objects.
3. Play matching games with your toddler, like shape sorting and simple puzzles.
4. Encourage him to explore and try new things.
5. Help to develop your toddler’s language by talking with her and adding to words she starts.
6. Encourage your child’s growing independence by letting him help with dressing himself and feeding himself.
7. Respond to wanted behaviors more than you punish unwanted behaviors (use only very brief time outs). Always tell or show your child what she should do instead.
8. Encourage your toddler’s curiosity and ability to recognize common objects by taking field trips together to the park or going on a bus ride.
9. Pay attention to her safety
10. Praise positive behavior
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