At this age, your child will seem to be continually on the go—running, kicking, climbing, jumping. This yearlong energy spurt certainly will keep you on the go. But take heart—his activity level will strengthen his body and develop his coordination.
Playing with others is important to a child's development. Life skills are learned when children play that can help them to make and keep friends. Here are some ways you can encourage your child to take part in healthy playtime.