Two fun ideas: what to do with your toddler this month.
Playing hide-and-seek with Teddy
Bring your child the classic hide and seek game by integrating one of the favorite stuffed animals.
Which skills are supported? Object permanence, motor skills
What do you need? The favorite stuffed animal of your child, e.g. a teddy
If your little one is not looking, hide the teddy. For starters, look for very simple hiding places. Encourage your child to seek the teddy bear and cheer if found. Once your little one has the game out, you can gradually search for more difficult hiding places. Remember: Always make a fuss about finding what you are looking for - give your child lots of applause!
Tatu tata, the post office is here!
Give up letters and deliver is a great game for toddlers!
Which skills are learned? Imagination, coordination
What do you need? a big box, scissors, paper and pencils
You can easily make a mailbox by turning a box upside down and cutting in a letter slot. Now the letters come to the series. Ask your little one who you want to write: Daddy? The sister or the brother? Or the teddy? Your child can "write" the letters or paint pictures and then write the "address" (ie the name, or you paint a picture of the recipient). Finally, your little one throws the letters. And then it's time to carry it out. Open the mailbox and have your child collect the letters. Help him deliver the mail to the man, wife, or teddy. Teddy and Co. will (with your help!) Jump for joy when you receive a letter. And your toddler knows this way: I did well!
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And here you will find more about the development of your 21-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