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50 Fantastic Things to Do with Toddlers

by Sally Featherstone

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0876594658, Paperback)

Explore, inquire, and experiment alongside young learners using the 50 simple ideas offered in this engaging series. Written specifically for parents, the activities in the books will lead to infectious excitement and enthusiasm for learning. Each activity features easy-to-follow instructions with plenty of tips and suggestions for extending the learning.

 

Using objects easily found in most homes, this collection of purposeful play experiences will help children ages one to three develop key skills at their own pace and to make unhurried, important discoveries. Activities for toddlers include singing, rhyming, painting, and much more.

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Using objects easily found in most homes, this collection of purposeful play experiences will help toddlers develop key skills at their own pace and make unhurried, important discoveries.

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