Puppets are a great way to build your child's oral language development.
What You Need:
- An old pair of socks
- Washable markers
What To Do:
- Slip a sock onto your hand and use markers to draw eyes near the toe end. Do the same with the other sock.
- Together, name the puppets.
- Help him put the sock on his hand and show him how to move his thumb and other fingers to make the puppet “talk.”
- Put on your puppet and start up a conversation between the two puppets—maybe your puppet can pretend that he is going to Aunty’s house.
- Have the puppets do other activities like pick up objects, tickle one another, or pinch little noses!
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