Is My 3 Year old Normal? Video

Learn how to know if your 3 years old is normal. By Henry Joseph Hasson, MD Pediatric Neurologist Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Medical Education: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
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Speaker:A three-year-old, if you can describe it to somebody, what would you say? Henry Joseph Hasson: So a three year old really should have a good language at this point, they should really be talking, they should be talking in set sentences putting, several kid even start putting sentences together, starting to be able to tell you a story, tell you how they feel, they should at this point, they should definitely be able to run, to walk up and downstairs, jump, throw balls, kick balls, of course, they are not going to have that stability like their older -- older children, but they should really start being able to do a lot of these things. A lot of three years are going to have, still be having tantrums, but at this point they should start getting more used to that, they should start getting comfortable with expecting their wants, their needs, they should start being toilet-trained, that's something that, parents start even at much younger age, but they should really start being able to have more control of their body.

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