Getting Dressed

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This cute activity is a hands-on way to build your toddler’s clothing vocabulary. Veronika’s earliest words were clothing items (“socks!”), and whenever we come in from outside, she runs through the litany of things to remove: “Coat, hat, mittens…” So I knew she would love this interactive version of getting dressed.

First, I laid her down on a big sheet of craft paper and traced her outline (which turned out a bit wiggly; she’s a toddler after all!).

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Then I filled in the basic outline of a person.

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I had brought down several articles of her clothing and took turns lying these near the person we’d drawn. “What are these called?” I asked. “Pants!” she responded. Then I positioned the item where they should go on the body.

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Shirt, hat, socks, and mittens soon followed.

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Of course your toddler won’t always leave things in the “right” place, but Veronika sure loved playing with all the clothing.

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A great way to keep a little sibling busy!

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