Engage your little one with music using things found around your home.
What You Need:
- Pots, pans, and bowls
- Wooden spoons
What To Do:
- Set up pots, pans, and bowls near your baby and give her a wooden spoon.
- Use the other wooden spoon to hit the “drums” to make a noise.
- Encourage her to try it herself. Talk about the sounds that she is making.
- Tap out a beat and see if she can copy it.
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