Your child is gearing up with new behaviors rapidly. The fact that he can now walk and even talk gives him the opportunity to explore the world in a whole new way. That’s why it is important that as parents, you participate in your child’s behavioral development.
Play a variety of games
A significant part of their behavior learning involves exploration and games, which is where you can involve yourself and play with your little one. Toddlers are usually interested in sharing their play space with parents, but they might not share their playthings. So, while involving yourself in their plays, make sure that you ask them before taking their toys.
If you love playing outside, try playing simple games together such as catching a ball, using slides (under supervision), or using play-dough. Make sure that while playing outdoors, you teach your child how to behave. For instance, explain to them that it’s important they don’t hit someone.
Remember that kids imitate, so make sure that as parents, you are good role models.