Help your child learn new vocabulary with this engaging activity.
What You Need:
- A flashlight
What To Do:
- Shine a flashlight on different parts of the room, such as the wall, the door, or the floor and name them. For example, “This is the wall.” “This is the door.”
- Ask your toddler to shine the flashlight on objects and tell you their names.
- Give her simple directions. For example, “Shine the light on the ceiling. Now shine the light on the window.” Praise her when she finds the right object.
- Talk about what happens when you push the flashlight switch “on” and “off.”
!Safety alert: Caution your child not to shine the flashlight in his eyes or anyone else’s. The bright light might hurt the eyes.
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