Enfagrow A+ Learn and Grow Video Series is proud to bring you fun brain exercises for your toddler. "Where's Your Nose" is a cognitive game designed for 19-month-old toddlers. There are a few reasons to love this game. It boosts word association. It helps build confidence as they identify body parts. It also encourages listening and following the thread of a story. Ready? To begin, present your toddler with a doll and point to each body part. They can point with you or repeat after you. Try something like, where's the head? Where are the hands? The legs? And so on. Now encourage your little one to touch the doll, and then repeat using their own body. Kids this age love exploring and discovering their hands, feet, mouth, and especially, their belly button. Throughout the activity, congratulate and reward your child for their successes. It's a great way to encourage the development of their body part vocabulary. But it's also a beautiful bonding moment between you and your little one. Find more development-boosting games at enfagrow.ca.
Where is your nose? A cognitive game
"Where’s your nose?" is a cognitive game designed for 19-month-old toddlers.
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