Simple every day gross motor activities are great for your toddler’s development! Whether it involves kicking a ball or carrying around objects, try these 13-18 month toddler activities to get your child moving. All our games are developed with and approved by expert pediatric physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists.
These activities are designed to help your toddler as they move towards their 13-18 month milestones. The games are not limited to this specific week. You can keep playing these games over the next several weeks as long as you and your child continue to have fun. If you are concerned that your child isn’t meeting their milestones, trust your instincts and talk to your healthcare professional.
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Games to Play:
• Walk and Carry: As baby gets more confident walking, encourage them to carry objects from one place to another. Helps baby practice using motor and coordination skills they will need for everyday activities.
• Soccer Star: Encourage baby to kick a ball on the ground. Gradually build up to rolling ball to baby so they can kick it while in motion. Helps baby develop balance as well as gross motor skills.
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