15 months complete hue abi Kiya Kiya sikhana chaiye

Hi Anushka. In my opinion seekhne ke liye bahut hain. When baby is with you they are learning only. You are their role model. Play is also the best way children learn. Keep playing, keep talking and reading stories. Baby will learn slowly

hi anushka - big blocks, stacking blocks big motor skills ke liye, 2 piece puzzles, books for 1-2yr olds, nursery rhymes. Neha Sharma Rimsha Idrees Roopashree Siddireddy #tagfwd

hi Anushka, I agree word to word with priya, at this age babies are observing us, listening to us, they are learning all the time. Asha has mentioned some very good toys. don't give screen time for rhymes, instead sing urself with action, baby will love that. my baby hardly play with any toy, he wants to explore everything. so let them explore n Enjoy. balls are good to learn throw, kick, hit with bat. give baby a thick thread let his imagination work, give him paper n colour..

Thanks for the tag Asha.. I always provided lots of toys to.my baby. Initially she may play for couple of days..but she will return back to.her toys..Toys are very integral part and also you will get some time to do work. Things to play can be anything..Colors, crayons, may be kitchen items like plate or bowl to.bang..Soft rubber toys. Along with it... Daily go for walk..nearby park or any play area. Nature will teach a lot.. show every items and start naming it..how it works. Like " dekho..blue sky hai...night me.dark hotha hai. chanda mama aatha hai.Birds night me tree par Sothe hai. mimic animals. Teach baby to be kind. Not to pluck leaves. Swing baby and count numbers... if you go by stairs( even though if you carry) count numbers. Take photo album and teach relationship. Give vegetables and fruits to hold and say it's name. Point to body parts and help baby recognise it. They will learn real fast.. Don't forget to appreciate their learning..A clap, a pat on back..a kiss..a hug really matters.

Dear Anushka, Seems like lots have people have given you some great ideas, so I am not going to repeat these, but what I will say is that there is no specific list of things that you need to teach your child. Use what is around you and use lots of language when playing. Do lots of pretend play with household items and just let your child explore in a fun and engaging way. If you can do this, learning will automatically happen and the love for learning will also come in. Then, your job as a parent will also be much easier. Hope this helps.

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