Why do two-year-olds behave differently to three and four-year-olds?

Early Years BehaviourLiz Williams, author of Positive Behaviour Management in Early Years Settings, explains how young children will only be able to behave in a way that is appropriate to their own age and stage of development. Observing that the whole early years period is a time in which children develop rapidly, she describes how the stage of development between the ages of two and three is especially fast.

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Informed by the author’s wealth of practical experience, Liz’s book is an essential guide to promoting positive behaviour in early years settings. It explains why children may act the way they do, describes the key factors in promoting appropriate behaviour and provides a range of easy to use techniques for improving behaviour and supporting development.

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