Skin Sensations

Baby Toddler Anytime Anywhere

Talk to your child about how things feel on their skin: “Your shirt is soft” “The wind is cold” “The ice cube is slippery” See how they react and continue the conversation: “You like the warm water in your bath”

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When you talk back and forth with your child about how things feel on their skin, you’re introducing them to new words and feelings. This helps make new connections, which is how they start learning to use these words themselves in the future.

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