This activity encourages listening skills and self-regulation as she practices stopping and starting.
What You Need:
- Music (from a radio or a simple instrument such as a canister that you can use as a drum)
What To Do:
- Play music and encourage your child to dance or move in whatever way she likes.
- Then instruct her to stop and “freeze” when the music ends. This kind of activity encourages listening skills and self-regulation as she practices stopping and starting. This is a very useful skill for when she goes to school and has to follow a lot of directions!
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