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Play Problem-Solving Games

Challenge the child create a way to walk around the room (or an area of the room that is safe) without touching the ground. Have them brainstorm ideas, such as stepping on pillows or the rug, or laying blocks or other materials on the floor. Alternatively, have the child build the tallest building they can in one or two minutes - this should be a lesson in how to build fast while also sturdy. You can use blocks and other materials from the building center. Be sure that the child understand that the building needs to stand independently. Afterward, discuss some of the different strategies the child used, what worked well, and how working together helped.


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