Use this activity as a time to talk about cleaning while having fun.
What You Need:
Small plastic tub
Small toys to wash
What To Do:
1. Find a suitable indoor or outdoor space to play with water (i.e., bathtub, tile floor, deck, yard, etc.).
2. Give your toddler a small plastic tub of soapy water and a sponge.
3. Show her how to dip her toys and sponge in the water and wash the toys, then let her do it by herself.
4. Use directional language, for example, “up and down” or “side-to-side.
Safety Alert: Toddlers love water but never take your eyes off your child while she’s in the bathtub or playing with a container of water. Children can drown in just a few inches of water.
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