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It’s 10am and you’ve already sung 9 songs, read 17 books and watched 1.5 tv shows with your toddler. So now what? Today we’re sharing some simple ways to help your toddler explore!
Have toddlers feel soft, rough, and smooth surfaces. Pre-school age children can begin to draw letters in sand to learn their alphabet.
Toddlers love to show you what they find. When you go on walks or read books have your toddler point out objects. Be specific, for example say, “Where is the big yellow bus?”
Toddlers are still discovering taste and texture of their food. If they squish their bananas it is because they are learning. Use a small muffin tin or ice cube tray and allow toddlers to eat a variety of foods.
Create binoculars out of toilet paper rolls and allow your toddler to look at different objects. This is especially fun when playing outside this summer!
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