The 3-Minute Happy 2-Year-Old Readiness Quiz AND Your Instant Scored FREE Report

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..."Do You Want To Raise A Happy 2-Year-Old?"...

You've gotten through childbirth, colic, sleepless nights, teething. Now your child is walking,
getting into everything, but you've baby-proofed your home, so that's not a biggie.

This is such a cute times in their lives. They delight you and themselves, making discoveries
and conquests: on their tiptoes they can see out of the window!...they can't lift the foot stool,
but they can push it!...

You've raised a happy baby...Yes!...
but are you ready to raise a happy, confident 2-year-old?...

This Is Critical!...So...Start Below...It takes less than 3-minutes...
...for each question, choose the answer you think is most correct...

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1. Contrary to popular opinion and common practice, punishment is not positively
effective in getting children to change their behavior. Do you know what is?
Let your child know that you love them.
Tell them what they did that you don't like.
Find out why they did it and what they are going to do to fix it.
All of the above at the same time.
None of the above.
2. What's a positive way to get your 2-year-old to cooperate?
Offer to give them their favorite toy...after they do what you want.
Distract them. Get them to focus on what you want before they decide what to do.
Tell them you'll give them a time-out if they won't do what you want.
All of the above.
None of the above.
3. What can you do to avoid a public tantrum?
Do whatever your child wants.
Plan for it.
Don't take your child with you.
All of the above.
None of the above.
4. What might you do when it's bedtime and your 2-year-old is still playing with a
favorite toy?
Play with them. Distract them. Get them to bed.
Pick up them and the toy. Put them to bed.
Tell them it's bedtime as you take the toy away and put them to bed.
All of the above.
None of the above.
True or False
5. Can a 2-year-old be easy to live with?
True.
False.
6. Contrary to popular belief 2-year-olds are not "testing you." In fact, no child is.
What are they really doing?
Doing what they want.
Developing their will power.
Testing their abilities.
All of the above.
None of the above.
7. What might you do if your 2-year-old grabs a toy from another child?
Ignore them. Just let the kids deal with it.
Take the toy away from them and give it back to the other child.
After you give the toy back, give your child a time out.
All of the above.
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None of the above.
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