Children’s brains develop as they have new experiences. You cannot see the brain developing, but you can see what new things the child can do.
At this age, toddlers are able to recognize their own reflection in a mirror, saying “baby” or their name. They will start to sort objects and differentiate them into groups, for instance cars from animals. Toddlers can communicate what they are doing using basic words and like to imitate the actions of adults. As he grows throughout this year, you will notice a change in your child’s thinking as he begins to discover cause and effect (an action-reaction combination). Activities that can help in your 2 year old’s Cognitive skill development:
At the age of 1, children become better able to associate words and sounds with their relevant objects. In this video, we will share some activities that can help your 1 year old develop his communication with others.
At the age of 1, children become curious about the world around them. In this video, we will share some activities that can help your 1 year old build his understanding of concepts and sequences.
At the age of 1, children begin to solve problems by observation and imitation. In this video, we will share some activities that can help your 1 year old develop his problem solving skills.
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