All work and no play really does make Jack a dull boy. Play is a natural state of childhood, Hirsch–Pasek said, pointing out that even non–mammals do it. University of Tennessee biopsychologist Gordon Burghardt told The Scientist magazine in 2010 that he’s even observed turtles playing.
Toddlers (between 1 and 3 years) are ready for more physical play. For outdoor play, look for riding toys and balance bikes, balls, wagons and water stations or sandboxes. For indoor play, look for large, colorful blocks, puzzles and board games. Toddlers often respond to toy models that make them work a little and let them feel like they’re meeting a goal.
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