Word Game

by Babs Hadjusiewicz November 30, 2013

The Word Game can help you and your child while waiting for another activity to begin. It's also a good distraction when your child is bored or about to "act out."

To play the Noun Word Game with your infant or toddler, say a noun/naming word–and point to or touch the item as you say its name. Have fun with this activity wherever you find yourselves at any given time.


You might say sentences, such as:

I see the blue chair

I move this table

We get into our car.


At other times, play the Verb Word Game, to emphasize an action word (verb) just as you emphasized the naming word (noun):

I run

We walk

They swing

We read

You swim.

Babs Hadjusiewicz
Babs Hadjusiewicz


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