I Like to Drive My Car. Extremely Exciting Game for Your Baby

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    Drive My Car

    The game “I Like to Drive My Car” teaches your baby new vocabulary: vehicles. The baby will drive a car, ride a motorbike and even travel around the house by plane.

    First, you should review or learn the vehicles in the rhyme with your little one: play toys, examine flash cards, show him the vehicles outside in the street, etc. and say the sounds they utter for the baby to recognize them better.

    Also teach the baby the pronouns my – your. Sort the clothing or shoes, whatever you want, and say: This is my shoe and this is your shoe.

    You can either chant the following rhyme or create a simple melody and sing the song. In any case it will contribute greatly to the child’s memorization of the names of vehicles and of the whole rhyme.

    When saying the rhyme, you should play the role of vehicles and your baby – the driver.

    Car: stand on all fours, place the child on your back and give him something round and unbreakable that resembles a steering wheel. And crawl around the rooms or garden saying the lines about the car. Now you are a car and the baby is a driver.

    Plane: put your child on your back while standing, take him by the hands, spread your arms and start running around the house or the apartment saying the lines about the plane. Now you are a plane and your baby is a pilot.

    Motorbike: put your little one on your shoulders while standing, take him by the hands and spread your arms as if your little one is holding the steering wheel of the bike. Walk or jog through the rooms saying the lines about the bike. Now you are a bike and your baby is a motorcyclist.

    Have fun!

    I like to drive my car. Beep. Beep!
    I like to drive my car.
    I like to drive my car. Beep. Beep!
    Come and drive with me.

    I like to fly my plane. Vroom, vroom!
    I like to fly my plane.
    I like to fly my plane. Vroom, vroom!
    Come and fly with me.

    I like to ride my bike. Dling, dling!
    I like to ride my bike.
    I like to ride my bike. Dling, dling!
    Come and ride with me.

    You should know

    – All the actions your little one performs on your back develop his imagination, vestibular system and strengthen his muscles.

    – The rhyme and rhythm promote faster development of baby’s memory and language skills.

    – This activity is extremely funny and you little one will laugh loudly while playing thus learning to express positive emotions.

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