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*** Boys on a Roll ***

This reel is dedicated for his love of rolling roti’s and his interest in cooking… #boyslovetocook #encourageboystocook Few of the positives of letting them get messy and help you in the kitchen ~ 👨‍🍳Conditions their brains it’s normal to work in kitchen with other ladies. 👨‍🍳 So much of physical coordination activities happen through rolling,… Continue reading *** Boys on a Roll ***

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*** Toddler Activities at Home – II ***

I shared few of the activities in my previous post which we did post 18+months. Sharing another set of activities that we did along as he turned 2yrs. Includes lot of rhyme play, sensory play, counting, sorting, rescuing, Sand Play, diy activities, puzzles and lot more. Again going with your child’s interest would help plan… Continue reading *** Toddler Activities at Home – II ***

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*** Toddler Activities at Home – I ***

It’s been a year that we started doing activities at home. I share lot of activities we do on insta stories which is much easier & are also highlighted in my profile for reference. I find it more time consuming & run on patience in making a post for each activity. So I thought to… Continue reading *** Toddler Activities at Home – I ***

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*** Magnify their Curiosity ***

These days my toddler loves to pick things from any shop that we visit and he got his hands on magnifying glass. Initially i showed him how to use and then he started exploring ways to look at things differently through the magnify glass. I purposely gave him small objects to see through how big… Continue reading *** Magnify their Curiosity ***

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*** Toddler Book Haul ***

Most of our books are hands down from his cousins but sometimes we are done reading them that’s when I feel to buy other books. Our recent visit  @booksbyweight we got our hands on some amazing new books. They keep hosting exhibitions of new & pre-loved books over the city. My picks are very simple… Continue reading *** Toddler Book Haul ***

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*** DIY Toddler Busyboard – II ***

We made our first diy Busyboard when he was around 15 months which had music, lights, mirror, indian latches, spinner, ball hammer, ribbons etc. Since now he’s outgrown most of those things, I decided to update his board as per his growing needs which would help develop his Pre-writing & Cognitive skills. Let me take… Continue reading *** DIY Toddler Busyboard – II ***

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*** Easy Christmas Activities ***

Ho ho ho… Holaa since this month has started we have been upto doing some or the other activities related to christmas so I thought why not put them together for you guys. Sharing some of the various activities:- 🎄 Popsicle + Pipecleaner X’mas Tree – Very basic & simply diy stick the popsicle sticks… Continue reading *** Easy Christmas Activities ***

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*** Importance of Sensory Play ***

Sensory play is an important part of early childhood development. Sensory play includes any activity that stimulates a young child’s senses of touch, smell, taste, sight and hearing, as well as anything which engages movement and balance. It encourages children to explore and investigate helping their brain to create stronger connections to sensory information and… Continue reading *** Importance of Sensory Play ***

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*** Setting up an Activity Routine ***

To make kids/toddlers sit and do activities isn’t an easy task. It first of all needs a lot of preparedness from the mother/father who dedicates a specific time for the same. Now why activities are important?? They primarily helps channelize your child’s curiosity & develops lot of other skills when they dedicatedly do some activity.… Continue reading *** Setting up an Activity Routine ***

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*** Reading Books to Toddlers ***

You need not be an expert to read a story to your child nor do you need tons of books to interest your kids. You can create your own ways of telling stories, recollecting some experience or some place which toddlers can relate to easily. Story Books do play an important role as it helps… Continue reading *** Reading Books to Toddlers ***