When you think about your childhood, most of you have very fond and happy memories about a favourite toy that you had. Most parents do spend money on games and toys that will help a toddler to become more socially developed.
Every toddler is different and unique. Each child has a different way of learning and developing socially. Having an older sibling or two is helpful in a toddler’s development. However, specific educational and language games can be of added assistance. Toddlers use their senses to learn and so games that tap into those senses: seeing, hearing, smelling, feeling and tasting; are the best indication of whether a toddler is socially developed at a specific age.
So you want to get games that the toddler can play using touch such as a squeeze toy, a talking toy, a push toy, a stacked toy and more. Your toddler’s personality will determine which game or toy will peak his or her curiosity enough to want to participate.
There are many touch-screen, colorful and bright language games that will teach your toddler how to interact successful. These games are usually ones that are voice activated. This will hold the toddler’s attention for a longer time than a squeeze toy would, for example.
The more interactive the game is, the more socially inclined your toddler will be as it relates to participation.