When your baby is watching you, encourage her to copy you.
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What To Do:
1. When your baby is watching you, encourage her to copy you. For example, clap your hands, wiggle your fingers, or make smacking sounds with your lips and ask her to copy you. For example, “Can you clap your hands like this?”
2. When she copies you, respond enthusiastically, smiling and clapping, “You did it! You clapped your hands like me!”
3. Change roles. Copy something she does.
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