Let your toddler become an active explorer and increase her curiosity with this activity.
What You Need:
- What You Need:
- Two small buckets or large bowls with water,
- Dish washing soap
- Washable objects or toys such as toy cars, baby dolls.
What To Do:
- Invite your child to wash the objects you put out for her.
- Add soap to one of the bowls.
- Demonstrate how to put the sponge in the soap water and scrub the item, followed by rinsing in the clean water bowl, and then drying the item with the towel.
- Give your child all the time she wants to experience the activity and repeat the motions.
- Use the words “wash, rinse, and dry” when describing what she’s doing. As she engages in this activity, give her encouragement. Say, “You’re working hard at getting the toys clean. I like how you’re scrubbing the top of the car with the sponge to get it really clean.”
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