Make learning fun by talking about shapes and sounds using favorite foods.
What You Need:
What To Do:
1. Describe the shape of items that your toddler sees. For example, “The musubi (rice ball) that you are eating is a triangle. The Spam musubi that Daddy is eating is a rectangle.”
2. Name a shape. Ask her to find other objects that are that shape. For example, “This manapua is round. The malasda is round. What else is round?”
3. Play with sounds as well as shapes. For example, “Musubi, manapua, and malasada all start with the letter “m”. What does the letter “m” sound like? What other words start with the letter “m”?
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