Use household materials to make a game to help your toddler learn to make predictions.
What You Need:
- Cardboard tube (e.g., paper towel or wrapping paper roll)
- Small ball
What To Do:
- Hold the tube higher at one end.
- Have your child put the ball in the higher end of the tube.
- Guide his attention as you play. “There goes the ball! It’s coming through the tube.”
- At first, he may look into the tube to find the ball. After a few times, he will begin to expect the ball to appear at the other end.
- Hold the tube in different ways to make the ball move fast or slow.
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