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Manuals | July 30, 2014

Using Play for Growing Smart Children

Things You Can Do and Toys You Can Make

This manual was written to help caregivers at home or at early childhood development (ECD) centers to understand the relationship between toys and a child’s developmental milestones. The manual also guides the caregiver in stimulating children with age appropriate activities and in making toys with locally available materials.


  • Acknowledgements

  • Introduction

  • 0–6 Months

  • 6–12 Months

  • 12–24 Months

  • 24–36 Months

  • 3–5 Years