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Tag: 25-36 months


Woman introducing solids to babies

A speechy start to solids

Introducing solids to a baby is very exciting. And since we use the same parts of our mouth for eating…

child playing with wooden toys

Benefits of wooden toys

Key points: Play is an excellent way for children to learn, and wooden toys are a great option for open-ended,…

little boy laughing and playing with an abacus

Math skills 24-36 months

Key points: Children develop number awareness by recognizing numbers, understanding how counting works, and learning one-to-one correspondence. Sorting and classifying…

little boy running

Helping Your Child Running

Key points: Running is a significant gross motor skill development milestone between 18-36 months. Encourage activities that improve balance and…

sad little boy sitting by himself

Lack of engagement

Key points: Lack of engagement can be a major curiosity killer for children, and engaging with them while they explore…

little girl picking a flower

Curiosity in children

Key points: Early childhood exploration is key to learning, but parents may unintentionally restrict their child’s learning due to safety…

scared little boy hugging a stuffed animal

Fear in children

Key points: Fear helps us identify threats and has been a successful survival mechanism for centuries. Babies are born with…

toddler solving a peg puzzle

Hand coordination: 24-36 months

Key points: Children around the age of three develop increased muscle movement control, including hand coordination. Development milestones for this…

parents and little girl reading a book

Learning grammar skills 

Key points: Grammar development starts at a young age and is crucial in helping children express their ideas clearly. Exposure…

little boy dressed up as a king

Dressing up for pretend play 

Key points: Dress-up play enhances brain development in children and fosters cognitive abilities, neural connections, and executive functions. Dressing up…

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