When you’re helping your child get dressed, play “Dressing Mix-Up,” by asking things like: “Do your socks go on your hands? Do they go on your feet?” Put them on your hands, and pretend your hands are feet.

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By playing this game, you’re turning dressing into a routine that’s easier to manage and fun for both of you. You’re also helping them learn where different clothes go as well as the skill of matching things that go together.

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