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November 11, 2014
Teach Spatial Relationships

Play games that promote your child’s understanding of spatial concepts like near and far, over and under, and empty and full. That could mean hiding under the table, filling and emptying cups and bowls with water, or putting a toy far away or close by.  

 
 

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