Invite your child to hunt for objects of different sizes. How many small things can they find? What about big things? Make it harder and ask them to find things that are medium-sized or huge. Talk about what they see and what is the same and different.

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When you and your child take turns and talk about ideas like big and small and same and different, you’re helping to develop their vocabulary. They’re also beginning to understand math and science ideas that are important now and in the future.

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