My three year old son is at ” No, I do it!” stage of development. This stage can be stressful and challenging when it shows up so unexpectedly. Here are some simple, easy, and helpful tips from other moms. Good Luck!
This mom was so clever! She thought about putting toys in containers with zippers, snaps, sliders, velcro and etc. Kids can practice dressing skills without knowing what they are doing is good for them.
“Put a sticker that is cut in half in your toddler’s shoes. This way they can put their shoes on the correct foot by themselves.” Genius!
Hair Brushing practice, hair clips are fun way to develop fine motor skills too.
Print, laminate, or use contact paper . It’s always a good idea to have visuals when teaching a new skill.
Next few images are wonderful additional ideas.
Chalk drawn parking space for bikes, scooters, or wagons.
Make an outline for your toddler and teach hand-eye coordination.
For more helpful ideas.