When you’re brushing your child’s teeth, look in the mirror together. Talk about how your teeth are the same and different from theirs. For example, you have more teeth, and bigger teeth, but you both can make funny faces. Follow their lead and talk about what they notice.
See what your child is learning
Comparing things that are the same and different will help your child sort their experiences into categories and make connection””skills that are important in reading, math, and science in the future. This also builds their connection with you!