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If the child isn't ready for your complete disappearance, experiment with see-through and semi-see-through materials. Just hide behind your own hands or hair. " and so on. You will need: yourself; a hat (any kind, but a peaked or baseball cap is good). ; here I am; bye-bye; back again; on; off. Page 12 Similar Activities You can carry out similar activities using various props. You must keep the element of surprise, but also use repetition, so that the child will enjoy the game, but keep looking for you.
The vocabulary is meant only as a helpful guideline. Take Care If you intend to use these activities with physically handicapped children, it is essential that they are comfortable, with good seating and posture. Consult the appropriate professionals, such as physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language clinicians and dieticians, especially before starting activities that involve tasting and eating. Hints for Working with Children 1 The child should be alert, but content and comfortable, especially when you introduce new activities.
Page 13 Looking at People Activities Hands What to do 1 You can do this anywhere, even on a bus, if you don't mind people looking at you. 2 As long as she can see you, the child can be in almost any position, such as sitting on your lap or a chair, lying in bed or on the floor, and so on. Make sure you are both comfortable. 3 Smile and chat to get her attention. 4 Bring your hands up near to your eyes and slowly cover them, keeping your fingers spaced so that the child can still see your face. After a second or two, show your eyes again, but keep your hands by your face.