1. Preschoolers


Your child’s first five years are critical for development.
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    At 3-4 years, your preschooler is interested in playing and making friends with others. Here’s how to help with this and other parts of child development.

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    If children miss language development milestones by a long way, they have a language delay. Here’s how to spot language delay signs and where to get help.

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    Creative activities and creative play have big roles in preschooler learning and development. Read how drama, music, dance and art nurture imagination.

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    Is your preschooler curious about bodies? That’s normal. Knowing about normal childhood sexual behaviour can guide how you respond. Our article explains.

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