2-year-old Virginia bites Fernando in the toddler room after Fernando takes her toy away.
18-month-old Fraunteshia bites her teacher during a game of pat-a-cake.
12-month-old Kamir bites his mother during arrival time in the morning.
All of these situations are common occurrences in infant and toddler programs.
Young children often bite the people they are around, including their peers and the adults. It is a normal part of development, but can be disturbing and alarming to parents, caregivers, and other children. Biting behavior can also happen because toddlers do not yet have the self-control or tools to communicate or control their situations.
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