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Simple Nursery Mirror Game to Build Friendships: I See a Friend

A simple game to help toddlers recognize and attach names to the other friends in their nursery room. All you need is a full-length mirror and a little imagination. This activity will work best with kids age 0 to 2.

Simple Nursery Friendship Game: I See a Friend

Best for: Ages 0 to 2
Tools: A full-length mirror

Securely fasten a full-length mirror horizontally to a classroom wall, six inches from the floor. Have babies and toddlers sit in front of the mirror to see a reflection of themselves and their nursery friends.

Say: I see Charlie — do you see Charlie? Or point and say: Here’s Alexis! Little ones will enjoy seeing themselves and learn to recognize and attach names to other children in the nursery. You can also play this game using a name song instead of just saying the child’s name.



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