While your child does daily routines, have them add a little music to their routine.
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What To Do:
- During wake up time, sing “Good Morning, Good Morning, Good Morning to You!” This will help her transition from sleep to waking up and getting ready for the day.
- As your child is putting her toys away, turn on music and have her dance to the toy bin. You can also count with her the number of toys she puts away by the end of the song.
- While your child is brushing her teeth, play music and have her brush to the rhythm of a song.
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