Use this game to model words and turn taking
What You Need:
- A ball or toy car (Something to roll back and forth)
What To Do:
- Sit on the floor facing your child with your legs out in front of you.
- Place the ball or car on the floor and roll it to her and say “Your turn.”
- Encourage her to roll it back to you and say “My turn.”
- Repeat, saying the “Your turn, my turn.” as the ball is rolled back and forth.
- If your child is talking, encourage her to say “My turn” when the ball gets to her.
*If other children are participating, sit in circle and encourage them to roll the ball to each other saying the child’s name for example “Sam’s turn.”
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