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Stack it up 1 Give your child some stacking toys, showing how they fit together and stack up and saying what you are doing. 2 Invite him to play with the stacking toys by putting two or more together. 3 Talk to him as he plays, counting the toys being stacked and talking about the colour and size of each object. Offer a challenge from time to time such as ‘Let’s see how many we can put together . ’ Trying to build things up is good for hand-eye coordination. Seeing when and why they fall is an early lesson in the logic of cause and effect.
These games will help develop your child’s mind/body co-ordination: • Head, shoulders, knees and toes A good mind/body co-ordination game for young children. To play it sing or chant these verses in a rhythmic manner: Head, shoulders, knees and toes, Knees and toes. Head, shoulders, knees and toes, Knees and toes and – Eyes and ears and mouth and nose. Brain Games 04/07/2011 15:06 Page 38 38 BRAIN GAMES FOR YOUR CHILD Head, shoulders, knees and toes, Knees and toes. As you name each part of the body you, and your child, put your hand on the part mentioned.
Pretend to . . Show him how to pretend for example to drink from a toy cup, or use a toy phone to phone someone. Gradually he will copy you and learn how to pretend. • A story come to life Stories in books can be used to start pretend games. Pretend to be scared of a picture monster in a story book, or to eat the picture of a cake. Talk to the characters in the book and respond to what they do. Puppets are also great for pretend play (see p40) Key skills: Develops imagination, awareness of others and language skills.
Brain Games for Your Child: Over 200 Fun Games to Play by Robert Fisher