3. Throws things
Your child always throws pencils, toys, and other objects. If you have a baby, they throw their pacifier on the floor and cry until you give it back to them.
First, babies are prone to impulsive behavior and they can’t control it because their brain hasn’t completely developed yet. Second, throwing things is also a good skill that children have to practice: they develop their fine motor skills and coordination between their hands and eyes. Third, when a child is throwing something, they learn the cause-and-effect relationship (if you throw it, it falls down).
What to do:
Try to explain which things may be thrown and which shouldn’t be thrown. As a rule, a 2-year-old toddler can already understand this.