- One (1) Box of Crayons
- One (1) Blank Piece of Paper
- One (1) printed picture of the child for each of the following ages:
- Six months
- One year
- Eighteen months
- Two years
- Present picture
Step 1: Place all the pictures on a table.
Step 2: Ask the child if they can identify who the child is in the pictures.
Step 3: Tell the child that all of those pictures are of them when they were little and there is one from today.
Step 4: Ask the child if to the pictures in order from youngest (baby photo) to oldest child (photo of them now).
Step 5: Ask the child if they can put the pictures in order from oldest child (picture of them now) to youngest photo (baby photo).
Step 6: Ask the child to count how many photos there are (Answer: total = 6).
Step 7: Ask the child to tell you one thing they like about each photo.
Step 8: Ask the child to draw a photo of themselves using crayons.
Step 9: Ask your child to tell you about their photo. Ask identifying questions such as:
- What color eyes do you have?
- What color is your hair?
- Where are your hands?
- What are you wearing in your photo?
Name and recognize people.
Count up to 5 objects.
Use words and gestures to communicate.
Demonstrate awareness similarities and differences
Sort objects by one quality (characteristic).