This is a stage of great energy and physical activity. Your child spends much of the day running, jumping, climbing… Don’t worry too much and try to overcome your exhaustion: it is important to allow this type of activity as it helps strengthen her body and improve her coordination and autonomy.
The best way to learn is to practise. Therefore, when she asks to do something without help, accept it and be patient. Practice will help to make her more and more independent and contribute towards her overall development. With dëna educational toys she will learn to classify by form and colour, develop language by naming the shapes and build her first constructions. If you want to encourage her creativity and for her to happy, give her a lot of love and give her as much time as possible to play.
dëna is a fantastic construction game, the ideal context for creating stories and even the perfect inspiration for her first maths lessons… With dëna toy packs, colourful figures for stacking, play is always creative. Your children will enjoy themselves while developing fine motor skills.