Movement Thinking Imagination


As your child grows, so does her ability to think and solve problems. If you offer a toddler a toy when she is already holding two, she can often “problem solve” by storing one toy under her arm and reaching for the third. Her memory skills are also developing. Remembering past events helps your toddler put things into categories. For example: four legged, fury animals are dogs. As they gain more experience, your child will realize other animals have four legs and fur. Talking with your child, reading, singing songs, and providing repetition and routine to your day will help develop her thinking skills.


  • Helps develop memory skills
  • Develops the concept of "problem solving"

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