Playing with Your Toddler

At this age, children are becoming more interactive in their play, which means more fun for both of you!

Try starting a game of “pat-a-cake” and see if your toddler will clap along with you. Or, hold up a blanket and say, “Where is the baby?” to see if he will pull the blanket down from in front of you.

Toddlers have fun playing the same games over and over. Look for simple, gentle activities that help your child practice her skills and explore her world.

While you’re having fun, know that simply playing with you supports your child’s emotional, physical and cognitive development in the best way possible.

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