Playing “let’s pretend” sets the stage for a rich imagination. It also helps your toddler make sense of things, express individuality and gain a sense of control. Check out our playtips and plenty of toys just right for this age.
She enjoys mimicking the actions of those she knows
He creates simple sentences and uses the words "I, me and you"
She can hop, jump and climb stairs one foot at a time
He understands what "inside," "under" and "on top" mean
She can recall what to do when given simple instructions
Research has shown that the first few years of a child's life provide the foundation for future learning.
Provide a collection of dress-up props for role-play.Look at the clouds and take turns imagining what they resemble.Plant seeds for imaginative thinking by reading lots of books together.Provide toys that encourage creativity and imagination.