This video is about child development at 2-3 years. It explains how everyday interactions with toddlers help them learn. Doing things together and talking about what you’re doing helps with social skills and confidence. Toddlers want to try doing things for themselves and like to help around the house. Getting young children involved in chores or family routines gives them a sense of achievement and belonging.
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