Help your child make decisions for herself by introducing choices for her.
What You Need:
What To Do:
1. As much as possible, let your toddler decide for herself but limit the number of choices you give her. For example, “Do you want to wear your blue t-shirt or your striped t-shirt?” “Do you want to brush your teeth before or after you put on your pajamas?”
2. If there is no choice about what she can do, such as holding hands while crossing the street together, explain the reason to her so she understands why.
Preschoolers hear and play with sounds in words through singing and by playing rhyming games.
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This healthy snack is perfect for hot summer days
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