Cum ar putea să se joace acum copilul tău de 18 - 24 luni

    • Nu stă locului o clipă, merge înainte, în lateral și înapoi și aleargă
    • Vocabularul său din ce în ce mai bogat poate conține 50 până la 200 de cuvinte
    • Poate exprima o gamă de stări, de la bucurie la frustrare și la gelozie
    • Poate folosi jucării pentru sortat forme și poate arunca mingi
    • Poate urma instrucțiuni de bază
    • Poate să conducă jucării de condus pentru copii cu vârsta între 1 și 3 ani
    • Poate să stivuiască o piesă peste alta

Animal Walk

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Dr. Doolittle sings a song called "Talk Like the Animals," but your baby can "Walk Like the Animals" with a little assistance from you. All you need are a little imagination and a creative step!


  • Pictures of animals
  • Marching music
  • Floor space


  • Pick out pictures of animals that have a distinct walk, such as an elephant (sways back and forth), a cat (tiptoes), a dog (runs), a snake (slithers), a crane (high-steps), a duck (waddles), a mouse (scurries), a spider (uses all its arms and legs), and so on.
  • Put on some marching music to inspire your Animal Walk.
  • Stand in the middle of a large floor space and show your baby the first animal picture.
  • Then begin to walk like the animal, using your body creatively.
  • Encourage your baby to follow your footsteps.
  • After a few moments, pick another animal and change your walk to suit.


Be sure the floor space is clear so your baby doesn't trip over anything.
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