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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Parts of the Face

Age Range: 12-36 months


-blank paper

  • draw a circle for a face and tell your child that you are drawing a circle to make a head.
  • draw 2 eyes, color them, and point them out and tell your child these are eyes.
  • draw 2 ears, nose, mouth, and hair describing as you go.
  • ask your child to point to each body part.
  • take your child's finger and trace the circle with it.
  • have your child point to his own eyes, nose, ears, mouth, and hair.
  • let your child color the picture.

Slow and Steady Get Me Ready by June Oberlander

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