Toddlers love to take apart, put back together, pull out, put in, add on, and build up.
Choose toys that are "open-ended" in the sense that your child can play many different games with them. For example, wooden blocks or chunky plastic interlocking blocks can be used to make a road, a zoo, a bridge or a spaceship.
Baby Toys are not just your baby’s playing tool, they help a lot in building their overall development. So before buying toys for your child, you should think of its utility and different ways of playing it.
Each toy should be categorized and should have a home to make clean up quicker and easier.
If children know exactly where things belong, they are more likely to put them away.
Allowing children to play by themselves at times is a good way for them to learn how to do things themselves.
Basic "non-toys" such as boxes and other containers are perfect for unlocking the key to a child’s imagination.
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You’ll find the best toddler gift ideas for boys and girls including lots of popular and educational choices.
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If you know that it is going to be an issue to share a special toy then try to leave it at home. Don’t expect other kids not to want to play with it and don’t expect your child to want to share it.
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Secure (with strong tape) the battery compartment of not only every single remote control in the home, but desk clocks, toys, battery-operated toothbrushes, monitors and anything else that requires batteries.
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Don’t force toddlers to share; it actually delays the development of sharing skills.
Kids need to feel secure in their ownership before they can share. Instead, introduce the concept of taking turns.
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