Top tips on hav­ing fun:

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Stellar - - ADVERTISING FEATURE -

1. MAK­ING THE FLOOR YOUR BEST FRIEND

Lit­tle ones love noth­ing more when you get down on their level and play with them. It’s like you’re a team tak­ing on the next fun chal­lenge in the big wide world their imag­i­na­tions cre­ate. Hope­fully you’ve got some nice soft pil­lows!

2. MAKE NOISE, NOISE AND MORE NOISE!

Chil­dren they un­der­stand un­der­stand words. noises Us­ing be­fore sounds when play­ing with your younger grand­kids is a lan­guage of play you can share. Don’t be afraid to get noisy and think of sounds to go with what you both see. A “choo choo” for a train will al­ways bring a smile.

3. DIAL UP THE SILLY

There’s no such thing as too silly. Pre­tend­ing to fall over, com­i­cal noises and squish­ing up your face are the fastest ways to feel the fun times and get the gig­gles. When no one’s watch­ing but your lit­tle one, why not be the silly side-kick.

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