Teaching Toddlers Ideas

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Teaching Toddlers Ideas

Moms, Dads and Nannies looking for new fun learning activities for the kids? The this post is for you. I love everything of being a nanny! Not only I am training for when I get to have a family of my own, but I get to hang out with the funniest little kids you could ever think of. I been very very blessed to work with excellent families and great kids. I have to say is been a great adventure.

Now when it comes to taking care and teaching this little ones, we all know there is no better teaching than teaching while you play. I always like to bring new ideas, activities and games for the kids not only encourage them to learn something new everyday of course keeping their  regular routine (routine is key for toddlers).  Playing is the fantastic way to teach toddlers skills. Skills such as taking turns, kicking a ball and the “pretend play” game, are called developmental milestones and essentials for their learning experience. This excellent teaching toddlers ideas are a great way to get involved in the learning process of your toddler.  Children reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, behave, and move. So let’s get busy!


An Easy to Make Lego Puzzle Book

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Color Sorting Tray

Color Sorting Tray

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Teaching responsibility

Teaching Responsibility Toy Car Wash

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Flour Sensory Bin

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A Letter Wall

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Montessori Open and Close Activities with Recycled Food Containers

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