- Play with your child and be silly. Children love to laugh especially when adults join in on their fun. Jump, dance, sing, create silly walks, sing a funny song, or invent a little dance with them during the day. It creates bonds with your child while learning, playing and laughing and when children laugh, they’re more likely to remember what they learn.
- Use household items in unique ways. Use pots, pans, bowls and spoons to create instruments to form your own band. Use paper towel rolls to create a telescope or binoculars to look for birds. Use tissue boxes and construction paper to create funny houses. All creative ways to use household items in new ways while practicing fine motor skills.