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Games for 2 Year Olds

Updated on August 27, 2012

Games for 2 Year Olds

Toddlers can definitely be pretty much annoying. But puberty will come very soon, so you will regret for times when they were toddlers. The general opinion about two year olds was that they were sometimes annoying. In that year, a child is experiencing rapid intellectual, social and emotional development. Not only does he or see meet the world but also the world now makes sense to him or her. That is the main reason why are games for 2 year olds so important. Here are some ideas if you want to give your child some games for 2 year olds.

Role Play

A child's imagination at that age has no limits, because the number of games that can be played with your child is endless. One of the most important forms of imaginative games is pretending to be someone else, or role playing. The child will be happy to try to play all the roles that surround it. The child will become a mom and take care of you, to comfort, nourish and help with basic tasks. When he or she will be the "father", they might do some physical work. If someone in the family is sick, he or she can become "a doctor." The game will become even more interesting if you allow him or her to wear your clothes. He will get the feeling that his or her role is much more persuasive. If you have a wig that he or she can borrow, games for 2 year olds will surely become one of your and their favorites.

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A special experience for a child is visit to a theater performance. Do not miss them. Short puppet shows are the most appropriate for that age. Even more interesting would be if the show will be seen by the entire family or friends. The child will watch the events on the stage with interest, but it will also observe you and peers, siblings, and learn how to react to the particular events. Employees at the theater know that it is extremely difficult to prepare a play for children younger than five years and therefore such performances are rarity. The positive side of this is that it prepares them, especially well equipped theater with rich experience in this field. Speed is the main significance of the child during this period, especially during games for 2 year olds. All the time the child is on the go. Also we get tired of constantly changing activities, but it is worth it.

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      JP Carlos 

      6 years ago from Quezon CIty, Phlippines

      My child is just 15 months but she's exhibiting so much interest in role playing. Her social development is also interesting. While many toddlers prefer parallel playing, she simply enjoys active play with other children - usually older than her.


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