What to do When Toddlers Bite
Toddlers don’t decide to bite. They are generous beings at heart, and they don’t want to hurt anyone. A toddler bites because a big wave of tension has suddenly flooded his brain. He do…
Helping Children with Aggression
Biting! Hitting! Pulling hair! Has your child ever lashed out and hurt someone? Has another aggressive child ever bothered him? If your answer is yes, join the crowd! Almost all of us struggle with…
Aggression, hitting, and biting (ages 12 to 36 months) | BabyCenter
Aggressive behavior is a normal part of your toddler's development. Learn why it happens and what you can do about it.
Toddlers and Biting: Finding the Right Response
Trying your best to understand the underlying cause of the biting will help you develop an effective response. Children bite in order to cope with a challenge or fulfill a need.
Ask Dr. Sears: Aggressive Toddlers - Parenting
Q My 2-year-old son has started pulling hair, biting, hitting and pushing other kids. Any advice on how I can get him to stop? Please help. A Many toddlers show aggressive behavior around 2 years of age mainly out of frustration: Their desire to do things is greater than their capability. They want to communicate their needs...
14 Ways to Stop Biting and Hitting | Ask Dr Sears®
Biting and hitting habits are common among young children learning to express themselves. However, they are serious behaviors that should be corrected early
Handling Biting in Infant-Toddler Environments
Discover helpful tips for how you can address biting in infant-toddler environments with this article from Kaplan Early Learning Company.
Parenting Advice and Tips for Toddlers | Parenting
From potty training to the terrible twos, having a toddler can be exhausting. Discover all of our parent-approved, tips, tricks and advice to help navigate this challenging and exciting stage of your little one's life.