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Play a game where you and your child have to remember to say "one" when there is only one of something left. If you're eating carrot sticks, say "one" when there is only one left on your plate. If your're cleaning up toys, say "one" before you put the last one away. If you're setting the table together, don't forget to say "one" when you only have one plate or spoon left to put down.

 

Wonderful One

One sun up in the sky;

One airplane way up high;

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Use bath time to teach your child about hygiene—and letters, numbers, and science! As you talk about getting clean, soap and bubbles can be your teaching tools. Squirt a letter on his hand with foaming soap or draw a shape in the tub with bubbles. Your child may enjoy getting clean as much as he enjoys getting dirty!

 

Everyone has a “baby in the tub” photo. Together with your child, pull out the photo album. Show him how he has been having tub time since he was a tiny baby. Talk about how being a big kid has changed tub time. Can he use the washcloth to scrub his toes? Can he dry himself off with a towel?

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