Movement activity that encourages your child to act out the poem.
What You Need:
What To Do:
1. Recite this poem slowly and show your child how to act out the movements with you:
Hope a little, jump a little, one, two, three.
Run a little, clap a little, tap one knee.
Bend a little, stretch a little, wiggle your head.
Hop a little, jump a little, one, two, three.
2. Make up your own poem with movements to act out. If you speak more than one language, recite the poem in a different language.
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