Use a puppet to express different emotions
What You Need:
- Infant booties or socks
- Washable markers
What To Do:
- Draw a face on your child’s booties. Describe the expressions on the booties. For example say, “That’s a very friendly face. See the big smile on the face?”
- Encourage her to pat and touch the face or to wiggle her toes while she’s wearing the booties to see how the face changes.
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