Play a fun guessing game with your child.
What You Need:
What To Do:
- Tell your child that you are thinking of something in the room and that she has to guess what you are thinking of.
- Give her simple clues. For example, “I am thinking of something we turn on when it get dark.”
- If she gets it right, praise her: “Right, I was thinking of the lamp!” If she does not get it right, give her simpler clues: “You can find it in the living room. It is on the little table.”
- Next, give your child a chance to think of things for you to guess. Ask her for clues.
- As she masters simple clues, challenge her with harder clues.
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