Your toddler is likely asking a lot of questions. Her cognitive development is exploding. From brain-boosting games to language-building tricks, here you'll learn everything about your child's intellectual development.
A national survey shows most parents believe their toddlers have the capacity for more control of their emotions than is developmentally possible at their age.
What to do with your irrational, tempestuous 2-year-old!
You don't have to sign your child up for pricey classes. Teach him his ABCs, colors, and more while he plays, shops, and tackles tasks.
Unfortunately, kids' ability to give a fig about anyone except themselves doesn't develop until a little later than we'd like.
Encourage cognitive and language development with these fun, everyday learning activities.
Your child's obsession with your tech gadgets isn't something to LOL about. We asked the experts for their digital do's and don'ts.
Chelsea Clinton, former First Daughter and mom-of-two, shares her favorite books to read to daughter Charlotte and son Aidan in honor of Women's History Month.
Try these low-key activities to help your child get ready for next fall.
Here's how to nurture your child's imaginative soul--and to help her creativity flourish.
Try these inventive ways to teach ABCs, 123s, and other basics.
Your child is learning to read other people's feelings. Teach her the right way to respond.
Tune your child's natural curiosity into everyday science lessons.
A new study has found a link between screen time and kids' fundamental school-readiness skills in math, letters and words, and cognitive and social-emotional competencies.
Research has listed the 25 most common words that toddlers master. It suggests if your two-year-old isn't saying at least 25 words, at a minimum, you might want to seek out an evaluation by a doctor.
Want your child to get the most out of making art? Let her create in her own way at her own pace.
Learn the essential traits of happy and successful children.
Identify your child's temperament, then work it to bring out her personal best.
Eight easy games that can build your toddler's math skills.
We can't stop watching this cute video of little Ellie trying to make oatmeal following her mom's directions.
Here, we suggest simple ways to encourage curiosity, inquisitiveness, and a passion for knowledge.
Pretending isn't just child's play. It turns out to be the very best way to help your child become a creative thinker -- and a good learner.
Toddlers get attached to dolls, puppets, and stuffed animals -- and with good reason. These toys teach them important skills.
Everyone needs a hobby, but why did your child pick mummies, dinos, or sea lions? Find out how you can make the most of your preschooler's intense interest.
The key to your child's success in school later? Finding ways to improve their memory now. Luckily, there's plenty parents can do to strengthen this essential learning tool.
Help your toddler recall rules, relatives, and important routines with these memory-boosting tips.
Kick-start your child's imaginative play with these 14 inspired (and inspiring) ideas.