125 Brain Games for Toddlers and Twos by Jackie Silberg

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By Jackie Silberg

A tender child’s mind grows at a fantastic fee within the first years of lifestyles. Revised and up-to-date to mirror the most recent examine on how childrens study, a hundred twenty five mind video games for tots and Twos is full of daily possibilities to give a contribution to mind improvement. every one video game is followed through an annotation at the most modern mind learn and the way the task promotes mind strength within the serious interval from twelve to thirty-six months.

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