Counting is a fundamental skill that children learn as they grow up. It is an important part of their development and is often used as a measure of their cognitive abilities. Parents and caregivers are often curious about when their child should be able to count to 10. The answer to this question is not …
It might be easy but it’s hard for toddlers to learn the necessary abilities like muscle control, balancing, and coordinating. Each abilities aid to their progress towards the higher level next one such as kicking a ball, doing a cartwheel, and jumping a rope.
Toddlers are the most curious creatures of the world, which enables them to learn and seek more. Reap benefits from your toddler’s natural curiosity to keep and encourage them to level up. Even at this early age, children develop a pattern of activities that carry through the rest of their childhood. So a bouncy toddler is likely to stay active later.