Cart Vision

Baby Toddler At the Store

As you shop, think about what your child might be seeing and discuss it with them while paying attention to sights, sounds, and smells. “Do you hear someone talking? It’s the lady over there” “What do you smell? It smells yummy” “See that red thing? It’s an apple we’re going to buy”

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Talking to your child about what they see, hear, and smel””even before they can talk muc””is how they learn to make sense of the world. It is how they learn words and what they mean. By describing their “Cart Vision,” you’re also helping them feel important and understood.

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