Additional Resources on Toddlers and Toddler Development

References to websites and resources used in this publication are not an endorsement of one product over other similar products.


The Center for Disease Control and Prevention website lists links about how to promote child health for parents of children age 3 or younger.

Essentials for Parenting Toddlers and Preschoolers by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has videos, skill building ideas, and quick tips related to parenting toddlers, such as discipline, structure, and communication.

Guiding Infant and Toddler Behavior from Penn State Extension outlines techniques and expectations when setting limits with toddlers.

The Harvard Center on Media and Child Health is a blog and website about the impact of media on kids of all ages and provides tools to make decisions about technology in family life.

The Mayo Clinic guide to Potty Training offers a focused look at when and how to potty train a toddler.

PBS Parents’ Toddler Language Development Milestones contains research-based information and ideas to promote toddlers’ reading, writing, and speaking skills.

Zero to Three is a national research organization that works to ensure that babies and toddlers benefit from the early connections critical to their well-being and development.


For questions or suggestions related to this page, please contact the Toddlers (1-2 yrs) page editor, Anne Clarkson anne.clarkson@ces.uwex.edu.

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