Helpful Hints to Jumpstart Your Toddler's Education

Barrett, Lori
October 2007
Pediatrics for Parents;2007, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p23
The article offers tips for parents to positively influence the educational development of their toddlers. According to the author, toddlers should be given a loosely structured daily routine that includes both free play and learning activities. He added that all kinds of music should be played for the toddlers for it will make help children open to enjoying variety of musical styles. Moreover, parents should also take the child on an interesting educational trip like a zoo, aquarium and museum.


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