Make a silly face and ask your child to make it too. Then ask them to make a sillier one for you to copy. Then take turns back and forth and see who can be the silliest.
See what your child is learning
When you imitate the face that your child is making, you’re helping them express what they’re thinking and feeling. This happens even if they don’t yet know how to say it in words. These conversations with faces begin to help them learn about others’ point of view.