Parenting Tip Sheets - Toddler 

You are excited as your child learns to walk and talk. Your toddler is busy exploring. You may wonder what you can say to your child besides, “No! No! No!”

What parents do and say develops a child’s self image. Your loving, positive words give a “You can do it” message. You teach skills that last a lifetime.

Our Live Love Grow Learn series and Ready in Stages series guide you as your child develops.

Are we there yet? 

Are you a permissive parent? 

Attention problems linked to TV viewing 

Avoid mealtime power struggles 

Book buying guide 

Caring for a sick toddler 

Children are what they eat 

Children get hurt on escalators 

Coping with a child's anger 

Coping with bedwetting 

Crying linked to injury of children 

Daycares and toddler health 

Different ways to say no 

Drowning: protect your toddler 

Facts about kids and colds 

Family vacation survival tips 

Fun in the sun can be dangerous 

Gardening: get back to the basics with children 

Got a minute? Give it to your kids 

Gun safety for families 

H1N1 flu - what you should know 

Help for picky eaters 

Help keep baby's and child's teeth healthy 

Help toddlers stop whining  

Help your preschooler learn to read




Holiday safety tips 

How to deal with whining 

If a child needs to go to the ER 

Is it normal toddler behavior or ADHD? 

Is your child ready for kindergarten? 

Keep your family healthy 

Kids with positive social skills make good friends 

Missing children information parents should know 

Moms need more sleep 

Nurture your child's creativity 

Parents and daycare providers are a team 

Play helps toddlers grow and learn 

Play dates: learn during play 

Prepare your child for school 

Preschool screening helps with success in school 

Prevent aggressive behaviors in toddlers 

Preventing problems between toddlers and older siblings 

Project your family from carbon monoxide poisoning 

Protect your kids from MRSA 

Reading: have fun while learning 

Reduce frustration and stop yelling 

Routines and rituals make family life easier 




Signing for babies 

Stay in control when your child cries 

Stop mealtime power struggles 

Summer safety tips 

Support improves parenting 

Take control of your toddler's meals 

Taming the terrible twos, threes and fours 

Teach your toddler to get along with others 

Teaching children pro-social skills 

Ten ways Dads connect with their children 


Tips for flu season  

Tips for traveling with children 

Tips to help overweight children 

Toddlers at risk for scalding 

Toddlers can choke on food 

Toddlers can learn good behavior 

Toddlers must learn self control 

Train your child to use the potty 

Treat head lice 

 TV, videos and toddlers  

What makes a family strong?