Brain Builders for Toddlers

  • Provide responsive care (hugs, laughter, smiles and bonding time).
  • Foster a child’s natural curiosity through actively engaging them in play, keeping safety in mind.
  • Encourage fine/gross motor development (sitting, crawling, pointing, using rattles, blocks or balls).
  • Ask open-ended questions.  “Where is that ball going?”  “What is that sound?”
  • Use nature to stimulate sensory experiences (observe a bird, watch the weather) then talk about what you see.  “What is that bird doing?”

 

 

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