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Appropriate? I'd say it's safe, has no small elements, isn't a choking hazard, is made of plastic and powered by low-voltage batteries, so even tasting it won't hurt. But should you buy one for your toddler? I'd say no. Consult these two articles from babycenter: tv watching guidlines for toddlers video games and toddlers While I understand what you ...


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Check out Khan Academy, Math Mammoth, Saxon, Abeka, Singapore, Math-U-See, and Miquon. Those are the major curricula used by homeschoolers. The leap pad 2 tablets have some nice math games, and there are tons of apps for iPad and Android if you search the app stores. You can find a lot of individual activities by searching pinterest or ...


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When I was a little child, my parents had a lot ideas of what to play. I will just sum them up and explain it if necessary. Cottonwool Blowing Using a tape, you mark some lanes on the floor. Now you need some cottonwools for every single lane. Give straws to the children participating. The race starts with your signal and the kids must blow the ...


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Answer A Game Boy or similar is likely too much for a child of that age to handle on its own and therefore not an appriate toy for a toddler. Reasoning Consider firing up a game of Tetris: (If I recall correctly) You have to wait for the Nintendo Logo to move across the screen press any key select 1/2 players select mode a/b select a level All ...


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As I go for work i will be busy in my work after reaching home. When I get time I spend the whole day with my DS. I just find it hard for the activities but I go online for the activities so that I can engage my kid and has lot of fun. I would like to share few of the activities that i do with my son. I use to play Indoor basket ball: This one of the best ...


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Kids that age just like pressing buttons. Buy them a fake phone or computer and that will keep them busy for a while. A Gameboy is not only generally considered as unsafe for a 1-year old, but also your kid will get tired of it quickly like any other toy. (Let alone if he actually can operate it)


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As the others already said, it's maybe too much...(and the fact that he probably will not know how to really play until he is 3/4/5) Nothing more to say... Beside that, here's a suggestion: When he really likes to press buttons/keys, maybe consider something like this: (only an example [it's an keyboard which can make animal noises and regular musical ...



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