In this video, I told you a little bit about what to expect in this module. We’ll cover:
- Milestones for play skills by age
- Four types of toys to look out for
- Two types of toys to avoid
- How to organize toys
Before you move on…
Please double-check that you completed all of your workbook activities from the previous module so that you know you’re ready to move on.
I hope you enjoy this module!
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