Homemade Watermelon Gelato

Summer is heating up! Cool off with some homemade watermelon gelato

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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

I SPY THE FLAG!

When you are out in the community with your child, look for the American flag. Many government buildings, businesses and homes have flags flying that will be easy for your child to see. Every time you see a flag, point it out to your child.

Talk about the colors of the flag. After she is familiar with the flag, play a game of "I spy!" and see how many American flags she can find on your trip. Once your child is familiar with this game, you can play "I Spy" with many different things. For example, look for all of the blue cars, or at Christmas, look for all the houses with Christmas lights.

Your three year old is learning to recognize an object or symbol that is not always in the same place or context. This builds her memory and problem-solving skills.

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