Supporting Independent Play

I understand play is important for a child to learn and be creative. But, what do you do if your young toddler doesn't appear able or interested in playing independently? How can I support them? How do I know when it is appropriate for me to play with them and when I should step back? How can I get my relatives on board when they are visiting? How do I know if I am "doing it right?” Response: Your child will be playing and learning about the world all the way through kindergarten (and hopefully beyond) so this is a great question. What’s more, your young toddler is undoubtedly already “playing.” It is what toddlers live for. From the moment they first put their hands together, a baby is p

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