Activities for 18 to 24 months old toddler- Part 1

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18 - 24 Months, Kids Activities

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After turning 18 months, most of the kids will start to speak out a few words, and it’s the beginning stage of language development. We took our daughter outside, did a lot of nature talk during that time, and a lot more activities at home mainly focused on developing vocabulary skills.

Knowing our own family

Benefits

Language development, Knowledge about family members.

Age

After 18 months

Materials needed

An Album with Photographs of the family member.

Knowledge about locks

Benefits

Fine motor skill, open end play

Age

18 to 24 months.

Materials needed

Padlocks board or real padlock attached to the door

Learn about vegetables, fruits, and animals

Benefits

Language development, great sensorial skill

Age

18 to 24 months

Materials needed

Real vegetables, fruits, and animal figures, Books/flashcards with real images

Two-piece puzzle

Benefits

Language development, coordination

Age

20 to 24 months

Materials needed

Various two piece puzzle cards, Laminator, scissors, printouts for DIY.

Pool Doodle and Pom Pom

Benefits

Coordination, Fine motor skill.

Age

After 22 months.

Materials needed

Pool doodle, Tongs, and pom pom.

Free play. Exploring purse/bag

Benefits

Coordination, Fine motor skill.

Age

18 to 24 months.

Materials needed

Different purses.

Balloon Play

Benefits

Gross motor skill, Fine motor development.

Age

From 18 month onwards

Materials needed

Various color balloons, thread

Stacking

Benefits

Coordination, Fine motor skill

Age

18 to 24 months

Materials needed

Paper or steel cups

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