A 2-year-old should play alongside others more than with them and act shy around strangers. Many children will like to imitate their parents. Tantrums are common, and 2-year-olds can get easily frustrated. They will insist on trying to do several tasks without help. Many 2-year-olds are very possessive and offer toys to other children but then want them back. They can be extremely demanding and persistent and sometimes be destructive to objects around them when frustrated and angry.
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