- Play the game –“I’m glad to be me because….”
- Make a “My favorite Things” book.
- Keep a growth chart.
- Pull out old baby clothes and discuss “How they have grown”.
- Hang up old baby pictures.
- Acknowledge it when child accomplishes a new task, no
matter how small.
- Make hand and foot prints on paper.
- Let child help make a picture album of child doing his
- Set out a scale for child to weigh himself.
- Encourage child to make a picture journal, illustrating
things they enjoyed that day.
- Let your child make a “Me” puppet using a paper plate,
yarn, marking pens and glue.
- Make a feelings thermometer, for child to record her daily
- Let child decorate their own special box to store their
- Roll play with puppets to help child express their feelings
- Let child talk on a tape recorder to hear his own voice.
- Let your child help create her own special place to play.
- Allow your child to help you with simple household chores.
- Help your child learn their own phone number and address.
- Give your child an “Anger Pillow” to punch instead of
- Display your child’s art work or other creative masterpieces.