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There are many parenting techniques that can be used to develop well-rounded progressive kids, but on this page we will be concentrating on simple techniques in relation to parenting a toddler. It is important that we as parents know that at the toddler stage is when our children start their unquenchable quest for learning, and their environment is the land of adventures and fun. However we as parents have our part to play by setting the scene for a safe and stimulating atmosphere.

If you are new to the world of parenting this may sound like a challenge, however with these four parenting techniques you are guaranteed to make progress. • Read aloud to your child with vivid gestures and expressions.

Benefit – This will allow toddlers to develop their concentration and lengthen their attention span. It will also open up an imaginative world creating new ideas.

• Play games with your toddler that incorporates music and rhythm. e.g musical chairs.

Benefit- This will develop flexibility, muscles and sense of timing to rhythms and beats.

• Use various types of jigsaw puzzles and stacking blocks.

Benefit- This will train your toddler to spot matching shapes, and develop hand / eye co-ordination skills.

• Encourage your child to play with older children from different social circles.

Benefit- This parenting technique will teach your child how to relate to others and learn from them.

For all that it is worth parenting a toddler is the greatest experience you will ever have. There will be very funny moment’s as well very frightened ones when they decide to explore the unknown, but by using parenting with positive thinking it will be well worth it.

Here is a quote that is well related to this topic. “You can learn many things from children (toddlers). How much patience you have for instance.” - Franklin P Jones

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