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Play a game of Find the Toys: Builds memory and executive function

‘Find the Toys’ is a powerful way to build your little one’s memory and planning skills. And it helps them experience mastery and competence as they figure things out for themselves. This is a basic psychological need that is a key foundation for building resilience.

Build strong relationships

Playing games with your child helps you build a supportive, encouraging relationship, which research shows is the single most common factor of resilient children.

Practice problem solving

Teddy may not be where they first look. Now toddlers have a chance to think where else she might be. This develops problem-solving skills, a key cognitive capability.

Build competence

Kids will feel real joy and a sense of mastery when they finally find their favourite toy (cue lots of cute smiles), which helps their confidence blossom.