Perception of a Toddler

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How a toddler perceives the world might be a bit different than you think it is. Learn about the perception of a toddler with help from a family therapist and child development specialist in this free video clip.

Part of the Video Series: Parenting with Babies & Toddlers
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Video Transcript

Hello, I'm Dr. Cindy Bunin with Today, I'm talking about how your toddler learns and how they perceive things and it's with their senses, through hearing, sight, sound, touch and smell, very, very, very important and there's so many ways to stimulate a child and the easiest of easiest of ways, for example through sight. Just take your little baby, take them around the house, show them things, talk to them, say this is the window, this is the door, simple things like that. That will help them learn different words and language. Puzzles and blocks will help your children with touch, learning to feel different things and different textures. This is really a great way to teach your children fine motor coordinate, drawing, pasting, cutting also is a wonderful way that helps with the sight and the sounds and incorporates all the children's senses. Teach them to smell different things, different spices, perfumes, flowers. When you go outdoors make sure the sights and the sounds and they smell everything. This is the easiest way to incorporate touch, sight, sound, hearing and smell. Be sure to do it every single day, a little bit of each one and your child will learn and grow as much as they possibly can. This is Dr. Cindy Bunin with for eHow, until next time.


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