11-27-2022 12:28 AM - last edited on 11-27-2022 12:00 PM by Dem--RO
My child is 2 years old. I'm thinking about how to help him develop properly and what kind of development he will have. Now I use classic printable activities for prechoolers.
Could parents of preschoolers tell about their story on this topic? Thanks!
11-27-2022 12:18 PM
Hi @katelaufrain and welcome to the Parents Forum!
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Looking forward to seeing what the community can offer you by way of their experiences with their kid's development
12-06-2022 06:47 PM - last edited on 12-07-2022 02:38 PM by Blake-RO
Hello! My son is 4 years old, with his wife young parents without much experience in raising children, but fortunately they found a way out. There are many resources on the Internet that literally taught themselves and taught the child. For example, they developed fine motor skills by printing pictures, cut and glued, very interesting and informative.
The child is terribly satisfied with doing this for more than a year, at first they did it under supervision, helping where there were problems, now Charlie does everything himself and quite beautifully. Sits constantly concentrated such as much to laugh
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