My 2.4ys  old baby is quite  active  and very catchy.  He imitate  things very quickly.  So is he in the age when i should start  with some studies i mean  shall i start with numbers and alphabets.

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Aprajita Trivedi, you can try activities from the articles shared

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numbers and letters can wait. it is too abstract for them at this age. unless he is really interested in letters and numbers, I would not start that. instead you can do practical life activities like involving him in kitchen, household chores. this will give him confidence and build his fine motor skills. give him other fine motor activities. read lots of books and do outdoor play everyday.
I have many articles here on Babychakra about various activities that you can check out by visiting my profile. I also have a blog and YouTube channel that you can follow where I share activities that I do with my 2 year old.

Dear Aparajita, Don't worry too much about focussing on studies. If you expose your child to a lot of books, engaging conversations, different fine and gross motor activities and things in his or her day to day environment things like letters and numbers will come easily when they need to. Hope this helps!

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