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Tips to keep your 3-year-old engaged!

Maheshu Sarann
1 to 3 years

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Tips to keep your 3 year old engaged

Are you struggling to keep your 3-year-old indoors? And even if you have managed to keep her indoors, are you wondering what activities you can engage her in so that she doesn’t get bored? Well, worry not, as our proparent Maheshu Saran shares some easy and interesting tips to keep your 3-year-old not only indoors but also ensure that she doesn’t get bored staying indoors.


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Manjaree Parmar

| Jul 09, 2017

thanks

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Prerna Prasad

| Jun 25, 2017

very useful tips... me also struggling to find out the different engagement activities for my 3 yr old daughter... let me try a few among these... ☺

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heena shikalgar

| Jun 02, 2017

nice suggestions..

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jainy Sojan

| May 24, 2017

nice suggestions

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Tejashwini

| May 18, 2017

thanks for sharing. plz suggest some more activities for 3 nd 5 years child's.

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Manjaree Parmar

| May 15, 2017

thanks for sharing

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DEVIKA BHATIA

| May 14, 2017

Ideas r vry useful for me thanku parentune

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Lakshmi Hari

| May 07, 2017

thanjs for your valuable explanation..

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Dr Susan Tripathi

| May 06, 2017

Very practical and doable ideas to keep our little ones completely engaged... Thank you..

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Shelly Sharma

| May 05, 2017

your ideas are very good.

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Alka Sinha

| May 03, 2017

thanks Maheshu for such good ideas

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sakshi rai

| Jan 16, 2017

very nice ideas to keep busy our kids

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Shreya Rajvanshi

| Dec 28, 2016

Interesting ideas to keep your 3-year-old engaged -- I would say :)

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Ekta Todi

| Dec 28, 2016

nice and helpful article... thnx ya

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Maheshu Sarann

| Dec 16, 2016

hey reena give your child choices so she feels a sense of control over her world. "Would you like me to help you or do you want to do it yourself?" Encourage independence by letting them do things for themselves, and setting up their environment so they can. This may mean putting toys in bins, keeping cups for water on low shelves, putting stools near sinks, and generally making your home more child-friendly. Enroll your child as your assistant. Let your child be a participant in family work and she'll feel needed and powerful in her You can set limits. Tell him what may and may not be thrown (balls good, food bad), and where throwing is okay, preferably outdoors and not from his high chair. Gently say "No throwing," and shake your head firmly with a serious look on your face. If he persists, tell him.. we'll go out and play catch. Then follow through. As long as you're calm and consistent, he will learn. All kids will exhibit all of these inappropriate behaviors, so do not feel like you are alone. show independence, and experiment with limits. Your job is to redirect the behavior, and show him that these bad behaviors are not appropriate and will not be tolerated. With time, patience, and by following through your kid will eventually outgrow this phase.

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Reena

| Dec 16, 2016

IS there any tip for the child throwing all the things ...of 3years

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priya hari

| Dec 16, 2016

Super Maheshu..... nice article way to go☺

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Maheshu Sarann

| Dec 14, 2016

hey afreen kids at this STAGE ll be like tht only do don't worry its ok leave her gv her some space n don't keep on yelling on her or telling her not to do few things which u dont like because kids they always know very well if mom s saying NO it means they have to change their mothers answer to a big YES at any cost.. once they see tht u r not responding to their behaviour s which u dont like they ll automatically come to u n ll ask u wht happened tht tym u try to mk thm understand tt their behaviour s hurting u they ll try to understand

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Maheshu Sarann

| Dec 14, 2016

hey purva as baby s very small but still u can gv her some water games, half bottle filled marbles In sprite bottle n seal the cap with tape well n gv her to shake so tht she can mk some noise.. encourage her with music instruments

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Purva

| Dec 14, 2016

Very good ideas of keeping child happy & learn by playing in many ways you suggested. I am having 1. 4 months old daughter. She is all the time crying. Please suggest some games.

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Sandesh Karkera

| Dec 14, 2016

Nice article

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Kavitha Ramu

| Dec 13, 2016

nice tips

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Amirtha Varshini

| Dec 13, 2016

it's nice

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Madhura Ratnakar

| Dec 13, 2016

Can you suggest some indoor games for 1. 5 years old kid? thank you!

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Afreen Sufyan

| Dec 13, 2016

my child is 2 and a half years old.. but she is too stubborn please guide me

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Vidhi Mehta

| Dec 13, 2016

My Babys age 1year his not eat a food suggest u

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Tejal Singh

| Dec 13, 2016

@Maheshu well written. Give tips for one year old.... :)

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