Walking and Searching

Turn your next walk together into a hunt for various objects or people. Start by asking your child to look for certain things (a blue car, flowers, the postal delivery person). Then give him or her time to really search.

To avoid frustration, make sure the things be searched for aren’t going to be impossible for your child to find.

You can also encourage your young one to ask you to find things—a great lesson in taking turns and thinking creatively.

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