5 Steps for Brain-Building Serve and Return

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Serve and return interactions are fun, easy, and an excellent way to build a strong foundation in a child’s brain for future learning and development. Is a child pointing at something? Babbling or moving those little arms and legs? That’s a serve! By returning a serve with a simple acknowledgement or smile, you are rewarding a child’s interest and curiosity.

This video from the Center on Developing Child at Harvard University breaks down serve and return into 5 simple steps.

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