Finger plays for you to do with your little one.
What You Need:
What To Do:
1. Show your child how to act out the words of the poems written below.
2. Repeat the words and actions so he can learn them:
Here are Grandma’s glasses, (Make circles with your fingers.)
And here is Grandma’s hat. (Pat your head.)
Here’s the way she folds her hands, (Clasp your hands together.)
And puts them in her lap. (Fold your hands on your lap.)
Here are Grandpa’s glasses, (Make circles with your fingers.)
And here is Grandpa’s hat. (Pat your head.)
Here’s the way he folds his arms, (Fold your arms.)
And takes a little nap. (Close your eyes and snore.)
3. Substitute your family’s special names for Grandma and Grandpa in the poems.
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