At the age of three most toddlers start playing independently - they invent simple plots and play out well-known situations.
They become aware that they're individuals, and insist on doing things on their own.
Don't interrupt their games - respect the little one's feelings and imagination.
Still, your kid also needs playtime with adults - to improve their vocabulary, to play out new plots and situations, to get your support, etc.
Family games and role playing are perfect tools for bonding!
Make photos of your toddler playing independently, upload to the App. Write about the plots of the games.
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