How to develop a 2 year old in 2013?
Do you have a 2 year old in your family? What are you going to do this year to develop your kid emotionally and intellectually this year?
I had a two year oild - two in fact they are now almost 14 and 16! The most important thing for any child at any age is having a strong relationship to their parents and other caregivers. Positive relationships, opportunities to play, being read to and listened to are the greatest emotional and intellectual stimulants to give to your child.
I have a nephew that is two years old. To help develop the child emotionally is through love. Intellectually, you can let them play toys, read books or solve simple puzzles. Remember to minimize tv and other related technology.
As a 2 years old growing desire to be independent, I will develop a 2 years old by encouraging him to tell me his name and age, setting up special time to read book together, exploring things around him by taking him for a walk or a ride.
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