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Welcome to the Enfagrow A+ Learn and Grow video series. In this episode, we're sharing a cognitive development game called "Where's Your Toy?" made for 13-month-old toddlers. Let's go over what makes this game so great. It helps boost hand-eye coordination. It encourages your child to search for a hidden object, promotes problem solving, and encourages the power of discovery through experience. Plus, it helps strengthen self-confidence and the bond between you. Ready? To begin, sit on the floor across from your toddler. Now, lay two cloths between you. Begin to hide a toy under one cloth. But then, move it at the last second to the other. Encourage your little one to look for the toy until they find it. Repeat the exercise and celebrate every win. Not only is it a great way to help your child recognize hidden objects, it will also strengthen their sense of curiosity and the unbreakable bond between you. Find more development-boosting games at enfagrow.ca.
Where’s your toy? A cognitive development game
In this episode, we’re sharing a cognitive development game called “Where’s your toy?", made for 13-month-old toddlers.
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