One to Three

Years one to three are the busy years, as your little one grows, becomes stronger and fine tunes the ability to run, walk, climb, jump and hop! You'll certainly be looking forward to sleep time!

Play hard, sleep hard!

And sleep time is important because a well-rested child plays better, learns better and makes for a happier family. A daily nap and/or quiet play will give everyone time to recharge their batteries. Reading a story before a sleep is also great bonding exercise and way to help grow your little one’s vocabulary of words and sounds.

Research shows, children that are read to know more words than kids they aren’t read to, and are more likely to read at the correct age. So, one to three year olds play hard and (should) sleep hard too.
To find out more check out the links below.

Toddler Information

Child Development Charts

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