Learning activities and games

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Toddlers love to master new concepts, so it’s the perfect time to lay the foundation for future skills like reading and counting.

Your toddler can;

Learn Letters -As a parent, Read up Point out words and letters on street signs, in stores, and on the road.

Know Numbers – Also, try to count out numbers to your child, they may be able to recite the numbers one after the other as time goes on.

Have Fun With Forms – Draw shapes, cut out items and make your child identify. Be creative with food too, children love pancakes, cheese slices, and bread cut into triangles, squares, stars, ovals, diamonds, and more.

Classifying Colors -Teach your child how to paint the world.


The right game can boost your kid’s cognitive, physical and emotional skills. Kick off playtime with some easy toddler games that are fun and educational!

  • Simon Says
  • Hot and cold
  • One for you, one for me
  • Hokey-Pokey
  • Parachute
  • Scavenger hunt
  • Hide-and-seek
  • Obstacle course
  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Hot Potato
  • Hide and Seek
  • Duck, Duck, Goose
  • Animal Charades
  • Indoor Obstacle Course
  • Musical Chairs

Why your child should learn and play games?

  • Bonding, Intimacy and Love are one of the most important gifts you can give your child and when you teach them or play with them is the only way you can achieve this. Other benefits of learning and games are listed below;
  • It helps you share an intimate moment with your child
  • Helps you build the self-esteem of your child
  • Helps your child develop cognitive skills, memory, language and logical thinking
  • It expands bodily awareness, develops sensory understanding and improving physical coordination
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