April 6, 2020
As we experience family togetherness in a whole new way, some of us are finding (if we didn’t know it before) that keeping toddlers safe and engaged in productive, challenging activities can be a full-time job. But what should your youngster be learning? And when? Here are some ideas for you to start your day with confidence and anticipation as you help your youngster grow.
Access Video on Demand features many videos and video series that can reassure parents and help them learn about a child’s stages of development. Although there are many other titles, you may want to search for:
- Toddler Developmental Milestones (12-15, 15-18, 18-24, 2-3)
- Toddler Mommy Milestones (Answer what the development categories are, how important it is to track your child’s development, etc.)
- Child Development Basics: Stages Development
- Active Learning for Infant-Toddlers
- Series: Age Appropriate Play: The First 12 Months
- Series: Baby Instructions
- Series: Beginning the Journey…
- Series: How to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children
- Series: Life at 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9: A Longitudinal Study in Child Development
Looking for quiet activities? Try Teachables, which has age-appropriate downloadable and printable worksheets created by teachers. Just search for Pre-K and Early Learning. Our resident three-year-old highly recommends the Alphabet Pack.
Don’t forget to check out OverDrive’s selection of all things “toddler” as well. From toddler baking to survival guides, you may find exactly the resources you need, or take some time with OverDrive Videos which may also provide some age-appropriate Children’s Videos.
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