Fun activity using items in your home, such as clothespins and containers.
What You Need:
• A clean gallon-size plastic juice or milk container
• Jumbo crayons or washable markers
What To Do:
1. Let your child decorate an empty gallon container with markers or crayons
2. Show him how to drop a clothespin into the container. Give him a few clothespins and ask him to drop them into the container.
3. Count aloud as he drops in each clothespin. If you speak more than one language, count in a different language.
4. Have him roll and shake the container. Talk about what happens or what he hears.
5. Ask him to remove some of the clothespins from the container.
6. Talk about different things he might do to get the clothespins out.
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