Is it normal that your preschooler has an imaginary friend?
All children play make-believe, but some are more creative than others. If your little one has imaginary friends, here's what you should know.
Your preschooler's manners don’t just come out of the blue
Sometimes, sorry, please, and thank you seem like the hardest words for your little one to utter.
When your child wails, "Mama, don't leave!"
Preschoolers can be confident and independent one moment, then clingy and shy (or slow to warm) at transition time. What's going on — and is it normal?
7 tips to prevent tantrums before they happen
Learn what triggers your child's tantrums — and how to avoid them altogether. Yes, really.
How to stop a tantrum
Learn the best ways to diffuse your child's tantrums (even when your child is wailing, face-down, on the floor).
Is it normal for your preschooler to hurt animals?
When a young child hurts animals, the big question is: was it accidental or intentional?
Is your preschooler's biting and hitting normal?
Here's what's going on when your preschooler bites and hits — and how to make it stop.
Is your preschooler good at school… but not at home?
Your preschooler’s behavior changes in different situations. For example, he behaves well all day at school, then turns on the bad behavior at home. Is this normal?