With so much to learn, it’s not surprising that, once they speak, toddlers ask, so many questions. And though it may be tempting to ignore or put off your toddler after the fiftieth question of the day, try to resist. Every child’s favorite question is “Why?”. They start with one and then continue in the whole explanation. It’s quite difficult to continue explaining that, but honestly all of a young child’s questions deserve answers. When a toddler does not receive answers to their questions or receive unsatisfying ones, they may stop asking. Please make sure that your explanations are tailored to his or her age and keep them short and simple.

 

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