Imitating is a way of learning. Sing a song while you touch parts of your body or objects.

You can open your mouth, turn your head to the left and right
You can also clap or wave your hands, pat your knees, stamp your feet and touch your cheek
If your toddler doesn't follow what you do, take his or her hand and gently guide it so that he or she follows your actions
If you want to make this game a little bit more challenging, let him or her follow you nod your head, wiggle your fingers, or stick your tongue out Let him or her imitate sounds as well, such as a door bell ringing or a clock ticking
This game will improve your toddler's vocabulary He or she will also learn to pay attention to you, follow your actions and communicate verbally and non-verbally in a fun and enjoyable way

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