Preventing Toddler Boredom

You might have observed that your child is able to focus more intensely on a single task. Where once 1 or 2 minutes was as much as he could manage, now he may be able to spend 10-15 minutes focused on 1 thing.

However, just because he can focus more closely on what he’s doing doesn’t mean his activities still don’t need to be many and varied.

Toddlers get bored if presented with the same task or activity for a length of time, and they benefit from a range of physical and intellectual activities—games, art, books, toys and make-believe—each day.

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