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7 Ways To Promote Play and Prepare Your Toddler for School

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1. Read and sing together.
This will build a toddler's vocabulary, language, and communication skills.


2. Count everything.
Whether it's stairs, blocks, or candy, thinking about numbers will get your toddler ready for math.


3. Create art projects.
Drawing with crayons, using safety scissors to cut paper, and creating collages with glue will make a toddler comfortable with classroom tools.


4. Encourage pouring.
It may be messy, but pouring practice develops the coordination and control your toddler will need to write.


5. Investigate the neighborhood.
Go for walks and challenge your toddler to remember a familiar route as an introduction to geography.


6. Explore backyard insects and plants.
Talk about what you see and he'll develop observation and early science skills.


7. Design an obstacle course.
Navigating his/her way through a simple maze of chairs and household items will not only develop your toddler's large motor skills and coordination, but increase the ability to problem-solve — a key concept for school success.



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