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DOUBLE TAP TO ZOOM WITH PHONE OR TABLET Build Language Skills Vocabulary –– Feet –– Legs –– Knees Tummy Belly button Fingers –– Hands –– Arms –– Chin –– Mouth –– Nose –– Eyes –– Ears –– Head –– Hair Questions and Things to Say “Where are your toes? Oh! Here are your toes!” (Touch each toe one by one.) “Where are your hands? Oh! Here are your hands!” (Clap the baby’s hands together while saying “hands.”) “Where is your nose? Can you wiggle your nose like this?” (Wiggle your nose.) Songs, Chants, and Fingerplays Song: “Where Are Baby’s Feet?” by Kimberly Bohannon (Tune: “Frère Jacques”) Where are baby’s feet? Where are baby’s feet? Here they are. Here they are. Wiggle your toes. Wiggle your toes. Tickle your feet. Tickle your feet. Where are baby’s hands? Where are baby’s hands? Here they are. Here they are. Song: “Smiling Baby” by Jean Barbre (Tune: “Frère Jacques”) Smiling baby, Smiling baby, Here you are. Here you are. You’re a special baby. You’re a special baby. Yes, you are. Yes, you are. Song: “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes” (traditional) Song: “Hokey Pokey” (traditional) Wiggle your fingers. Wiggle your fingers. Clap your hands. Clap your hands. COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL Activities for Responsive Caregiving 13