Let your child be hands on by having him help you put the groceries away after a trip to the market.
What You Need:
What To Do:
- After a trip to the market, ask your child to help you put the groceries away.
- Talk about the different items, what you use them for, and where to store them.
- Give your child items that are stored on low shelves. As you give your child items, use descriptive and directional words. For example, “Put the small can of tomato sauce on the bottom shelf.”
- To make it more fun, play music while you unload the groceries.
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