Make learning fun, even while taking a bath!
What You Need:
• A towel
What To Do:
1. While drying your toddler after her bath, act out this rhyme together, with each of you doing your own motions:
Where are your eyes? (Touch your eyes)
Where are your feet? (Run in place.)
Where are your hands? (Wave your hands in the air.)
And your nose sweet? (Touch your nose.)
Where are your ears? (Cover your ears.)
Where is your chin? (Point to your chin.)
Where are your cheeks? (Pinch your cheeks.)
Won’t you come in? (Stretch out your arms and give your child a big hug.)
2. Repeat the rhyme, changing “your” to “my” and ask your child to point to your body parts.
Safety Alert: Dry your child outside of the tub to prevent slipping.
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