Caring for Your Toddler
Welcome to the world of caring for your toddler. You will teach your toddler and your toddler will teach you. Use this section of the website to help you understand how to care for your toddler from 6 to 36 months old.
The World Health Organization recommends that you continue to breastfeed after you start giving your baby solid food at six months. Learn about the benefits of breastfeeding your toddler, and continuing to breastfeed after returning to work.
Children who are supported to eat healthy from an early age have the best chance to become lifelong healthy eaters. Read about introducing solid foods, having a healthy “feeding relationship” with your toddler, and about suggestions for healthy food choices as your toddler grows.
Caring for your toddler is a big job. Find out about sleep safety, looking after your toddler’s teeth, outdoor protection, toilet learning, and more.
Childproofing your home is important for keeping your toddler safe. Learn about general home safety, water safety, safe toddler equipment, preventing falls and more.
There are important steps to support your toddler’s health. Explore how you can help your toddler be physically active, how to prevent illness, what to do if your toddler is sick, and learn about your toddler’s growth and weight.