With very little effort, we can teach our kids. You don’t believe it, but it’s easy. if want to introduce numbers, ask your toddler: “Do you want one chocolate or two chocolates? This is one and this is two.” You will be surprised to see your child pointing for two.

Introduce color by telling him he’s wearing a blue shirt and you are wearing yellow top. Introduce alphabets in similar way. The point of these exercises is not to teach your toddler to count by eighteen months or read by age of two but to spark an interest in these subjects and to create an environment that fosters learning.



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