When your young child moves from one toy to the next, without stopping to play by themselves or play for more than 10 minutes, it gets exhausting. It can be even more exhausting when you find yourself with a huge mess on your hands, because your child never cleaned up activity A to get to activity B.
Alas… the life of a parent with young kids.
17. Have her teach YOU how to play! Teaching someone else is a great way to learn. (Remind her to ask you what to do with your toys now that you are done!) Have her teach you how to put things away when you are done…
25. Try talking to your child. Explaining that you want him to only play with one toy for a few minutes and when he is finished and has cleaned up completely, he can move onto something else.
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Continue to work with (and play with) your child on a daily basis, as it will not only help, but also form an unbreakable bond. Read to them, spend time with them and just enjoy being with them. Check out more tips like this on our Facebook Page.