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Play with the most familiar people: Mom and Dad, kids on the playground. And try the simplest but best ways of entertainment: drawing and painting.

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Today:

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Tomorrow:

  • 03:32
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  • 07:39
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Viewing tip

Tracing and drawing will increase your child’s fine motor coordination.
Children can draw and scribble on their own by around 18 months.

Educational values

  • Developing parent-child emotional relations
  • Introduction to non verbal stories & situations
  • Developing cognitive skills