A fun activity to help you share what makes your child special.
What You Need:
- Magazines or pictures
- Glue or tape
- Blunt, child-sized scissors
What To Do:
- Have your child look through magazines or pictures to find things that represent who she is. Encourage your child to look for objects that make her happy or are things that are about her (e.g., favorite food, a picture of someone with curly hair because she has the same type of hair, etc.).
- Have your child cut out these items and paste or tape them to a piece of paper.
- As your child selects each picture, ask her to talk about the picture. For example, “What do you like about this picture?” or “How is this picture like you?”
- Talk about how these pictures represent what makes your child special.
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