[MUSIC PLAYING] Welcome back to the Enfagrow A+ Learn & Grow video series. We can't wait to share "Statues," a motor development game for 20-month-old toddlers. There's a lot to love about this activity. It helps to boost motor planning, gross motor skills, coordination, and balance. Plus, it teaches kids how to follow directions and the concept of taking turns. Ready? Let's go. First, tell your toddler an exciting adventure story, one where you're running from a wild animal. But when you say the word "freeze," you both stop and freeze like statues. Encourage your toddler to run wild. After a few moments, say the magic word. You can even chase each other around. Follow your child a few steps and then yell "freeze." Both of you should stop like statues. Finally, switch it up. Now, it's their turn to chase you. This activity is a great way to boost motor skills, coordination, and balance. Best of all, you're creating happy moments filled with learning and adventure. Find more development boosting games at enfagrow.ca.
Statues, a motor development game
We can’t wait to share “Statues", a motor development game for 20-month-old toddlers.
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