10 Facts That Might Surprise US about Toddlers

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Spending time with our toddlers as mothers at home and as teachers at Preschool,  reading about them, playing with them, in process of bringing them up we think we know about them all but shhh! There few facts which will surprise you about the toddlers you are dealing with day in and out.  Yes here they are, Have a look!

  1. A two year old child is generally more active than at any other point in their life which explains why it is so exhausting running around after them!

  1. While we may rely on word of the day apps, the average two year old manages to add around 5 new words to their vocabulary every day.

  1. Most 1-year-olds are ambidextrous, or use both hands equally. Your toddler will likely start showing a preference for his right or left hand by age 2 or 3 — and in about 90 percent of kids, it’ll be the right.

  1. You might be surprised at a recent study that found toddlers really do like to share. Even more surprising: They’re happiest when they can give up something they have for the sole purpose of sharing it with someone else.

  1. Bet you didn’t know that babies can count before they can talk. They also know which of two quantities is larger and can even do simple subtraction, all before they turn one.

  1. Toddler hearing is better than adults’.Hearing in toddlers is often spot-on — toddler ears are so new, they can hear very high frequencies, sounds that older ears have tuned out or can no longer pick up thanks to aging and noise pollution.



  1. The average toddler takes 176 steps a minute.

  1. Have sitters or relatives ever told you that your child never behaves badly when they’re caring for him? It’s not uncommon for toddlers to be angels when you’re not around, because they don’t trust these other people enough to test their limits.

  1. Your baby shares their birthday with at least 9 million other people in the world.

  1. The average 4-year old will ask a total of 437 questions each day. Many of which are simply, “why?”

 Opps! Suprised…. Share and Enjoy :-)

  Celeberate Childhood! 



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