[MUSIC PLAYING] Hello. And welcome to the Enfagrow A+ Learn and Grow video series. "Chef" is a deliciously creative social development game, perfect for 22-month-old toddlers. Just take a look at the benefits. It helps give kids real life role play experiences. It encourages fine motor development. Plus, it helps boost thought organization. Ready to play? To begin, ask your toddler to sit on a chair or stand in front of a small table. Now, take out the items you'll be using, such as a pot, spoon, cups, fruits, and veggies. Then, explain that you'll be making a delicious dish and go over the recipe. You can say things like, now we put the potato in the pot, we add a dash of salt, we mix it, and so on. Remember, always be cautious with your toddler near a stove top. Notice the excitement on your toddler's face as they pretend to eat the food you made together. Once the meal is finished, pat yourselves on the back for a job well done. This activity is a great way to boost motor skills and imaginative play. Best of all, it's a happy learning experience you can share as a team. Find more development-boosting games at enfagrow.ca.
Chef, a social development game
"Chef" is a deliciously creative social development game, perfect for 22-month-old toddlers.
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