6 Hygiene Lessons To Teach Your Child, If You Haven’t Already

07 September 2017

Between the ages of 2 and 3, your child’s self-awareness increases, and she begins to understand that she needs to take care of herself. So, in the same way that you would warn her about the risks of touching hot objects on the cooker, you can teach her about keeping clean.

A tip: Your child learns better when she is relaxed and having fun. So, keep hygiene activities enjoyable by placing toys in the bath, singing and chatting to her while she washes herself, and chuckling while you explain why she shouldn’t share a cup with a friend who has a cold.

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