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Add communication skills when teaching turn taking by adding gestures and words.
What You Need:
What To Do:
- Help your toddler practice clasping her hands together and say “waiting hands.”
- When you are taking turns and it is not her turn, you can say, “my turn, show me your waiting hands.” Start off by counting to 5 depending on the age of the toddler.
- Help the child focus on her waiting hands while she is waiting for her turn.
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