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Materials needed: Wooden puzzles What to do: Around your babies first birthday, they will be ready for large wooden puzzles, Suggested with colorful shapes or pictures. You may have to guide their hands, Clap and cheer when they are successful. Skills learned: Problem solving, fine motor skills, visual skills
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Little ones between the ages of one and three are always absorbing new things. Their main mode for learning: Playtime. They begin by playing side-by-side (called parallel play), then progress into more interactive stuff, where they engage with and absorb information from their playmates. The right game can boost your kid’s cognitive, physical, and emotional...
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Your toddler’s playroom is bursting with toys, yet whenever a friend comes over, your son wants whichever neglected toy his pal reaches for. A struggle ensues, and soon the fun and laughter are replaced by tears and tantrums. Sharing is a concept beyond the grasp of most toddlers. Toddlers are much more interested in finding...
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Introduction to early writing skills while building letter knowledge with  “letter A, B & C” tracing worksheets. Drawing lines is an important prewriting skill and an essential first step in learning how to write letters, which is why this worksheet gives kids plenty of practice tracing diagonal lines before having them trace an uppercase letter...
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