13 Engaging Learning Activities for Toddlers

Up until they start to walk, all the activity you and your child can share was staring at each other in awe, and of course, you nursing him. When they start to progress with walks, talks all the basics, it is the start of a phase that will last quite a while. This phase is quite important in their life, it is the starting point of many emotions that will lead their decisions later on in their life. Another thing that is important at that age is playing toys. While toys play a great role in the development of a toddler, it is also a great source of fun for them. The fantasy of shiny colors and more appealing shapes or things, building things, puzzles, painting games, dress-up costumes and many more.

5. Playing with Puppets

This type of toy improves toddlers’ language skills to make a better conversation. There are no limits on them, if you can make one you can knit, you can build one from cardboard boxes or other materials. If you don’t want to though, there are hundreds and dozens of this type of toy in stores that you can find, even in your kid’s favorite movie characters.