Playtime with Mom

Kushagra and his mother sat together, arranging the colourful rings. He carefully placed each ring on top of the other, organising them from largest to smallest. Throughout the play, Kushagra’s mother attentively watched and supported him, prompting questions and encouraging phrases like

“Very good! Ab batao kaunse colour ka ring jayega?(Tell me, which colour ring should be placed next?).”
Responsive Caregiving Connect


a. Emotional bonding: Kushagra’s mother's presence and support during the play help create a secure and nurturing environment for him.


a. Problem-solving and critical thinking: Kushagra develops his problem-solving and critical thinking by analysing the size of each ring, comparing, and making decisions based on their attributes. This helps him to develop the ability to think logically, analyse information, and find solutions.




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