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Learning and Play – Toddler

Young children’s minds are like sponges. They learn about the world around them through active play and not just through books and schools. It is very important to support them in these learning endeavors. So, use this section on Learning and Play to understand how you can support your child’s learning by helping him indulge in play-based learning. Playing is a very important part of your child’s daily routine because it helps your child interact with the world around him, exercise his imagination and also burn off excessive energy. Besides helping your child learn through books and multimedia, you need to be sensitive to your child’s needs and perceptive enough to recognize the learning opportunities hidden in day-to-day activities and capitalize them. If a learning opportunity is not capitalized, it gets lost.  Sensitive and godly parenting helps you understand how you can help your child learn more about the world around him through play-based learning.

How Swinging Benefits Children: Positive Parenting Solutions

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Benefits of Swinging for Child
Swinging, in particular, is not just a fun activity but can be extremely therapeutic.

Besides being held, rocking is another integral movement that comforts babies. The rhythmic and gentle motions are a part of the positive parenting solutions that help parents soothe their babies. It also helps relieve colic in babies and helps parents put their babies to sleep quickly. Toddlers, and even adults, enjoy swinging and rocking sensations.…

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Swimming May Be More Beneficial for Toddlers Than You Think The Effect of Aquatic Therapy on Functional Mobility of Infants and Toddlers in Early Intervention

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Often children with developmental delays or disabilities are subjected to an early intervention (EI) program or physical or occupational therapies. The aim of these interventions is to enhance the functional mobility of the children and to help the children perform activities of daily living more efficiently. Aquatic therapy (AT) is included in EI as a…

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Seven Games to Play with Your Child to Boost Mental Development

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Games for Toddler
Games to Play with Your Child to Boost His Mind Development

Movement and games greatly help boost the mental development of children. Extensive research on the subject has only strengthened this perception. Regardless of their social, cultural, and economic standing, children engage in games and play actively. Children play because it is a natural and joyful activity. Children learn a lot from recreational and fun activities.…

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