Making Bath Time a Learning Opportunity for your Child

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Splish – Splash! It is Time for a Bath!

Bath time is a daily activity that allows for a lot of learning.  Get your kiddo clean all while working on the following skills:

 

Action Words: splashing, cleaning, washing, scrubbing, drying

 

Descriptive Words: Hot, Cold, Clean, Dirty, Wet, Dry

 

Following Directions: Wash your body, splash the water, dry your face

 

Body Parts: Give your child soap or a washcloth and say “wash your feet, wash your hands, wash your legs…”

 

New Vocabulary: Bubbles, splash, pour, wash, shampoo, conditioner, towel

 

With warmth and gratitude,

The Fox Team

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