Exciting Games for Toddlers | Learning Games for 2 Year Olds
Safe, Secure & Ad Free Learning games for 2 year olds & above. With a single subscription you get access to 43+ games for your 2 year olds & can sit back & relax.
Having a toddler at home is adorable and a fun adventure. The first time they talk, crawl, walk, or do just about anything is a matter of joy and pride for parents. All these memories are saved carefully in the form of photos and videos. When they get a little older, parents begin to plan things like which school will be the best choice, should you be part of a community playgroup, what is the role of parents in early learning, the list goes on. While teachers and educators have kindergarten and playschool covered, we’ve got a few learning games for 2-year-olds that will help you keep them engaged in fun activities at home. Here’s a glimpse at some of them.
Kids have always been fascinated by animals. And all kids love colors too. We’ve merged the two most loved things by kids to develop a fun animal coloring game
One habit that all parents want their kids to master at an early age is personal hygiene. Right from learning to use the toilet properly to having a bath, there are few
Sort & Stack
Here’s a game that will help with spatial understanding and learning about shapes. Traditionally, parents would buy building blocks and other similar games for their toddlers.
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