Have your child follow simple instructions while playing with a teddy bear.
What You Need:
- Child’s teddy bear or another favorite stuffed animal.
What To Do:
- Give your toddler simple directions. For example, “Rock Teddy in your arms.” “Give Teddy a kiss.” “Hold Teddy up in the air.” “Tickle Teddy on his tummy.” “Have Teddy wave ‘bye-bye’.” “Wiggle Teddy’s toes.”
- Show him how to do the different actions by demonstrating on him. Then ask him to do them with his teddy.
- Praise him for taking good care of teddy.
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