Skoolzy Blog — alphabet blocks
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Let's look at the main developmental milestones for 18 to 24 months old. Developmental Milestones: 18 - 24 months This age brings a whirlwind of new words, new skills, and movement! From around 18-24 months, these are the milestones you should expect to see: Forget the 2-block tower, your toddler can now master a build using 4-6 blocks, as well as do things like put 4 rings on a stick, large pegs in a pegboard, pull up a large zipper, and turn pages of a book, 2 or 3 pages at a time. At around this age, temper tantrums are even more common as they...
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SUPPLIES YOU WILL NEED: Skoolzy Alphabet Blocks Imagination INSTRUCTIONS & PLAY IDEAS: The alphabet blocks kids activity works for wide range of ages and abilities. Depending on your child’s age and skill level you can write out the words on a piece of paper for them to follow with their blocks of love letters (preschool) or you can say them out loud (kindergarten or preschoolers that can read). You can also ask them to come up with their own using their imagination. Love letters is a fun family activity to come up with new love words to share. ...
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