This activity is a fun way to have your child identify their body parts and make them feel unique and special.
What You Need:
Paper or brown paper grocery bag (for bigger outlines)
Scissors (for adult use only)
White glue or glue stick
What To Do:
1.Have your child select a body part that he wants traced.
2.Trace an outline of the body part on the paper. Cut it out in one piece then glue it onto cardboard.
3.Have him decorate it with crayons. Talk about how each part of his body makes him unique and special.
4.Cut the puzzle into pieces (start out with a few large pieces and then increase the number of pieces as your child becomes more familiar with the activity) and encourage your child to put it all together!
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