Toddlers grow and develop at their own pace. Many toddlers strive for independence but don’t possess the necessary skills to perform certain tasks or express themselves, which can be frustrating for both the child and the parents.
Use games and fun activities to enhance your toddler’s cognitive, physical, social and verbal development.
Help your toddler develop their social and emotional skills by playing a game of “Follow Mommy.”
Stand your toddler in front of you and instruct them to mimic all your motions, much like the game “Simon Says.” For instance, stand on one foot and tell your toddler to do the same.
Do a silly dance move and encourage your toddler to mimic your movements.
You can also provide your toddler with simple instructions, such as “touch your nose” or “touch Mommy’s elbow.”
Keep the movements simple and if your toddler is having trouble, help them by pointing at the body part first.
Make funny photos of the process, upload to the App. Write about the experience and the little one's impressions.