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    d. Needless to say, reading books is a good habit to form in kids and adults alike. It helps kids to use their imaginations, especially when coupled with fun storytelling techniques by Mom and/or Dad. If Lolo and Lola are staying with you, encourage them to read together with your kids too. It can prove to be a magical time for them as well! You may even opt to teach Yaya (if you have one J) some storytelling techniques as well!


    2.  Sing, sing a song.

    You don’t have to be able to carry a tune to express your love for your kid through singing. Even the most tone-deaf among us can help a child pick up language and cognitive skills through music and song (This is true! Take it from the author, who is married to a wonderful but vocally-challenged-in-the-musical-department man. Try to incorporate nursery rhymes, silly songs, even Bible tunes and other tunes into your child’s daily routine.

    One of our kids’ favourites is this song from The Baby Bible Sing and Pray book – we usually sing this together in the morning before our prayers. Sung to the tune of “Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush”

    Check it out online here:

    Singing songs when I wake up

    Singing songs in the sun

    Singing songs when the day is done

    Singing songs to Jesus

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