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It's Playtime, Baby! 12 Simple Developmental Activities to Try with Your Tot

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String Along


You can turn just about toy into a pull-along toy. Simply attach a piece of yarn or a shoelace to your baby's toy truck or the arm of his stuffed animal, and encourage your little one to give it a tug. He'll be delighted to see the effect of pulling his toy on a string! As he begins to crawl, put the string just out of his reach so that he has to move to grab it and reel-in his toy.

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