Communication and playtime

The number one way to get your toddler talking and communicating is through play. source

Creative Play

Children up to age 3 benefit from creative play, which can involve toys or just imaginative play between you and your toddler. source

Sensory Play

Sensory play allows a toddler to use 1 or more of the 5 senses (touch, smell, taste, sight & hearing) to learn more about his environment source

Fine motor skills

Provide opportunities for tot to explore, ask questions, use his imagination, & practice fine motor skills, such as stacking blocks or coloring source

New experiences

playgrounds, supermarket, toy shops, parks, zoos, museums and similar locations may provide learning experiences for the young source

Starting sports

Until about the age of 7 or 8, competition can be stressful for kids and turn them off of sports forever source

Spend time

Spend time in uninterrupted play with your child for a little bit before trying to get your stuff done. source