Make grocery shopping a learning experience
What You Need:
What To Do:
- Say to your child, “When we go to the store, we’ll get bread” (or other item familiar to the child).
- Invite your child to add to the list by saying, “When we go to the store, we’ll get bread and …..” (child decides milk).
- Follow up with, “When we go to the store, we’ll get bread, milk and oatmeal.”
- Continue playing the game and adding more words for as long as your child is still interested. You can even vary the activity by selecting things that only begin with a certain sound, such as /b/ (bread, bananas, bacon, etc.)
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