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By this age your child is probably insisting on dressing himself or herself each day. What better way to practice these new skills than by being a train engineer, a veterinarian or a chef?
Pretend play is so important. One of your childs greatest assets, and one we often lose as adults, is imagination. Have your child and his or her friends dress-up in costumes and put on a skit, drawing on their knowledge of what these individuals do in everyday life.
Or check-out a book from the library about a real cowgirl like Annie Oakley and have your child re-enact the book.
Role playing helps your child build a core sense of who he or she is by pretending to be other people in society. That way your little one can see what he or she likes about the roles.