Think about ways to share what you learned in this lesson with families. Below are possible ideas — try one!
- Create a letter to families asking them about their infant or toddler’s creativity. For example, ask families:
- What are your child’s favorite objects to explore?
- What toys interest your child and keep him or her engaged?
- How do you support your child’s curiosity and keep him or her safe at the same time?
- Ask families to share their favorite music, infant and toddler books, stories, artwork, or instrument that will help encourage infant and toddler exploration and experimentation.
- Take pictures of infants and toddlers exploring and experimenting. Write a caption or share an observation along with the picture and pass it along to the infant’s or toddler’s family.
- Ask families to share items to make different sound toys, for example, plastic water bottles, plastic yogurt containers, plastic spice containers.