Two fun ideas: what to do with your toddler this month.
A Schwof in the afternoon
You've probably already discovered it: toddlers love music! Help your child on his feet and hold it by the hands while you put a hot sole on the floor.
Which skills are supported? Running, coordination
What do you need? music
Her little dancer will probably need a little help to stay on her feet. So if you hold your child by the hands or - if this is easier for your little one - the sofa also helps as a stability support. Try out what kind of music your child likes best. If the little dancer gets tired, whirl him around the floor for another round on your arm.
You do not have to be a master of origami to make paper hats. A simple "newspaper hat" will astonish your child: Suddenly it looks so different!
Which skills are supported? fantasy
What do you need? Newsprint (or another large sheet of paper) and Tesafilm
The simplest hat goes like this: Roll a sheet of paper into an "ice cream cone", glue the overlapping ends together and you'll have the perfect wizard hat! But it's even more demanding: Take a sheet of newspaper and fold in half Now lay the paper in front of you - with the folded side facing upwards - the two upper corners (those on the folded side) will bring you to the center of the paper, giving you a triangle with two tabs at the bottom The tabs fold up over the bottom of the triangle (you'll need to turn the paper over once to fold the bottom flap up.) The hat is done, and now off in front of the mirror, let's go to the fashion show!
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And here you will find more about the development of your 18 month old child.
Remember: every child develops at its own pace. If the games this week seem too early for your toddler, do not worry! Just try again later. advertising