According to the youngnutrition.net, this is how I can help him ...
- Encourage him to walk by pushing a trolley or using other support.
- Read different types of stories and magazines to him, pointing out the pictures and asking questions that he can respond to.
- Encourage him to give me the toy when I ask for it (but don’t force him) and reward him with cuddles and kisses.
- Let him play with objects that fit together, or are different sizes so he can practice putting objects inside each other.
- When I speak to him use sentences that associate names with actions, like “Daddy has gone to work”, and “Mummy is going out”.
- Make finger puppets and have them dance to music and sing nursery rhymes.
- Introduce toys that he can ride on and learn to move forwards and backwards.
- Give him crayons and paper to draw with and use lots of colors. (Hmmm...probably not)
- Use household items like small towels or socks rolled up for him to use as a ball to throw and drop.