How to Tell a Great Bedtime Story
The idea is to use props or live musical accompaniment and let your child join in on the action.
Find an instrument, and as you tell the story, your child scores it. Or you can let your child take the lead - if they speed up, you speed up the action. You can also let everyone take a turn advancing the story.
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Facts and figures and all the rational thi...
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