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January 07, 2014
Breezy Lessons

It’s interesting for your child to “see” something working that’s otherwise invisible. The next time you’re in the yard or at the park, describe evidence of the wind or a breeze. Point out how branches on trees are swaying, or how his hair lifts from his forehead. You can also work with your child to create your own “wind” by blowing on a dandelion flower that’s gone to seed or a pinwheel you’ve brought along for the occasion.

 
 

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