kids. Saturday , September 09th , 2017 - 05:44:44 AM
Put a time limit for each item beside the task on the chart. Give your child a timer and explain that she gets to race against the clock for each item. Make it even more fun by having two kids - or you and your child - race to get a task done in the same amount of time.
A very simple toy is making a ball. All you need is a used grocery bag and newspaper or shredded paper. Kids can wad up the newspaper or shredded paper and stuff it into the bag. The bag can then be tied tightly and you have a light-weight ball that can be played with by kids of all ages. Need a basket for shooting? Find an old box, bucket or wastebasket. Kids can decorate them with crayons, paint or cut-out pictures. Or it would be safe to kick the ball around the house, too. Not only do kids enjoy making it, but have lots of fun playing with their own basketball or kick ball!
The basic concept of this is to guide the child along and help them understand that they can be a part of helping someone else.
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